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Full text of "Andra Pradesh Legislative Assembly Debates: 17-12-1962"

THE 
ANDHRA PRADESH LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY 

DEBATES. 

OFFICAL REPORT 



Thirteenth day of the Second Session 
of the Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly 



ANDHRA PRADESH LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY 

Monday, the 17th December, 1962. 

The House met at Half Past Eight of the Clock, 

[ Mr. Speaker in the Chair ] 

ORAL ANSWERS TQ QUESTIONS 

Illicit cutting of timber in Upper Qodavary Forest Division 

481— 

♦ 117 (1256) Q ,- Sri H& Tatyml [ Put by Sri 
S.Vemayya] ( Buchireddypalem } . Will Hon. the Chief 
Minister be pleased to state : 

(a.) ti* amabear of eaaes filad< agajart the Girijans in 
the Venkataptwrara freest range of Upper Godkwi Division 
for illicit cutting of timber during the months of January, 
Jfcbruary and March 1962 3 / 

(b) the amount of eampotindej oasea therein* 5 &»d 

(c) the number of similar cases filed agai&at Ihe non- 
Girijans during the said period ? 

The Chief Minister (Sri N. Sanjiva Reddy): 

(a) 10 cases. 

(b) Rs.66/-. 
(0) 11 cases. 

JL L. A. V-7 (1> 



gb 17th December, 1962 Oral Answers to Questions: 

Shifting of Forest Office from 
Rajahmundry to Bhadrachalam 

482— 

* 119 (1266) Q. Sri Md. Tahaseel (Put by Sri S. Vema- 
yya) Will the Hon. the Chief Minister be pleased to state : 

(a) whether the Upper Godavari Division Forest 
Office which is at present functioning at Rajahmundry will 
be shifted to Bhadrachalam ; 

(b) if so, whfen ; and 

(c) if not, the reasons thereof though the construction 
of the office buildings in Bhadrachalam had been completed 
long ago ? 

Sri N. Sanjeeva Reddy : 
(a) and (b) 

The head-quarters of District Forest Officer, Godavari 
Upper Division was shifted from Rajahmundry to Bhadra- 
chalam on 1—11—1962- 

(c) Does not arise. 
V v Buldings of Markapur Range Office 

* 162 (1367) Q.— Sri P. Subbaiah (VeeragOndipalem)i- 
Will boa. the Ghlbf Minister be pleased to state ; 

the stage at which the proposal of giving the spacious 
Markapur (Knr&ool district), Range Officer's Bungalow pre- 
mieeetothe CWerament Hospital, Markapur stands ? 

Sri & Smfeeva Reddy : 

The proposal has been dropped, 

fo ft. &qy$£ ; etfgS. sSw^tfo S$to»o sfctfga* 8 ago*© 



Chief Conservator i«6 drop 3r«&. *$ otfd&o {Ss^o e^sJ^tf^ 
v&o o»8^o- 1 »BA w0*tfs$3& <«&{5j*S coolgqr? / A 4 ,i{ 



Oral Answers to Questions : 17th December, 1962 918 

fy aS\ JSo^sS^a The proposal has been dropped ws^ooo 

d**33o a^6S*Soo&o^a§ 3*3-0 s*©«$3 «S^SS r°tf$o Corns' ^S)^b jS&j-^ 

^ fe. &«>^d&g ; ^jptf ^§x> 3&>^2&. Idle n» 8 ££o»cd $r&> 
Ao&. AtfOT&tf* D, 1\ 0* head quarters ast^od. ^cr^tfoS"**^ 

No* Answer : 

Forest Cases in Krishna District 
484— 

* 221 (1556) Q.— Sri P. Bapaiah (Tiruvur) : Will 
hon, the chief Minister be pleased to state : 

(a) the number of forest cases filed in Tiruvur taluq, 
Krishna District during 1960-61 ; and 

(b) the amount of revenue obtained by the Forest 
Department through the" the fines ? 

Sri N. Sanjiva Beddy : 

(a) 161 cases, 

(b) Rs. 933/-. 

1 t5> *^ •SodbS'Bfi : st& compoundary cases*- *& "&&* §^c&io 

Sfi&ocr compound t§<&&o&p&. C3*£ *>§<& $8 cr& «>&&5 "Sotfbcto 

Timber and fuel §"*ds$otf>3S :_ 125 "£&«»• 

SoS^&d&S ;- IS 






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gig 17 th December, 1962 Oral Answers to Questims : 

Illegal cultivation S» encroachment S 3o&c5 *!&©> 

Number of cases compounded* 159, 
ISkj^o tf«£o& Co* 3971 co, 

Number of cases Prosecuted 2. 

Growing of Trees on Government Forest Lands in 

Mekhtal Taluk 

485— 

* 250 f 1&26) Q»— Sri Ramachatmdra Em Kalyani 
(Makhtal): Will &on. the Chief Ministw be pWsed to 

state ; 

i 

(a) whether tfegre was any schfcmfe im fcfea traliwhHe 
Government of Hyderabad to grow trees on Government 
forest land fer supply of firewood at^cheaper rates inBhairam- 
feonda, Eklaspuf villages, ifi Miikhatfcl taluk, M&hbttbftftgSr 
District ; \ >< 

(b) whether any steps have been t&taea by the Govern- 
ment after the formation of Andhra Pradesh to complete the 
scheme, commenced by the predecessor Government ; and 

{&) if not, the r&asons thereof? 

Sri iV* 5a*yi#*i J?&&£^ : 

\ ($fc Mo ndi $ah#mt w&$ saqcfcioned hip th#^aratwhile 

Doe$ not arise, in vJew^fcj^^swsr^clfttiseiai) 







fVt ^^ ____™- - 



Raichallpad Tillage tfjtirasamptf , - • 
Tdltiq ds Vmest Villa* 

"" * ■* ,» "*" "*" 

^ .f»4y^Mcib/ l S. f 

f Not put and not answered. Hence th$ ^p 
answer are inobid&d Imtfcfc froceeding * 
Ham; . .*», 








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Orvl Answers to Questions: 17th December, 1962 $#> 

(a) whether the Government accepted Raiohellapad 
(Ramakistapoor) village to remain as forest village within 
reserve forest m Narasampet taluq, Warangal District; 

(b) whether the Government propose to handover 
the administration of the village to the Revenue Department? 

(c) the total allotted to the inhabitants of the village 
for cultivation; 

(d) whether the Government is collecting land revenue 
from the ryots of that village through the Forest Department; 
and 

(e) whether the Government propose to assign the 
cultivable land to the persons who are in possession ? 

Sri N. Sanjeeva Reddy : 

(a). The answer is in the affirmative. 

(b) The answer is in the negative. 

(c) 330 acres* 

(d) !the answer is in the affirmative* 

(e) The answer is in the negative* 

cpSS e$5s*tfo &o$»o&. e »#s&rr Sl^o* t 

&oi3*0* s*D s*& 1840 So^Cfo^f 1 ;££$1b&©&<$a. sSto^B^. Mr! <*M§£ 

Inclusion of lands of Thimmarianpahai in th& RMgtm 

Forest 

* t 

4o8— ^ , 

* 325 (1802) Q. Sri A Veniateswaw Rod : Will hoe. 
tlte Chief Minister he pleased to state: 

{ajt 'Whether the lands IwsarJfcg 6, Noe. 3© and *fi *f 
ThimtDartanpahad village. Narasannapet taluq, W»ra*gal 



$21 l7ih December, 1962 Oral Answers to Questions 

district have been included in the reserve forest, Jhalhoclkb 
by the Forest Department ; 

. (b) if so, in which year and the rea involved ; 

(e) whether any enquiry was held before the lands 
were taken ; 

(d) the purpose for which the said land has been taken 
ittto reserve forest and whether a notification under Section 34 
of Hyderabad Forest Act was issued ; and 

(e) whether land holders of S. Nos. 30 and 16 were 
given compensation ? 

Sri N. Sanjiva Reddy : 

(a) The answer is in the affirmative. 

(b) They were included m F 1338. The area is 4 1 
acres. 

(c) The Forest-Settlement-Officer enquired into the 
claims of the pattedars in 1352 F. 

(d) The lands were taken into the Reserve Forest for 
protesting the forest growth and for managing it on Systematic 
^&d scientific lines* No notification was issued under section 
34 m of the Hyderabad Forest Act, as the issue of such a 
Notification is not necessary. 

(e) No compensation was given to the pattedars as 
tfee laafe W©r& fotmd to be Government Lands at the time of 

{$) ;>. "SoS"!^^^ * Compensation oooO^s&D $5"*sfc>e£>otf 
FoBsession ** ASg^ft sS*3*©£> && S iS&a^*. a**>E> &ar5&*a* * 

it SriN* Sattjim Reddy ; I thank him for the infor- 
naatiou; I do not know* My information is different. 

£j 2u sftgl$Str l $ ^ia>o«Stfo) ; ^ 0& information ©& sSgir^So 
&e& sn^s&#g&oy&?r& enquiry ftctofaa* ? 

fo Z&* Solsfta : && ftsft^aK*s» #**&>* Compensation* 
oeoOjprtfo'i &&> «a {£&*£ &»&& CJom^w^atiom &&&% <w>^cS t 



Oral Answers to Question si 17 th December, f l0$2 $&k 



(I) ;>. liog'&'i g$a*$ : Compensation ooos^efi. eeftfc^ d»s> 

(I) d&5\ s$oJs?3& : Compensation ocoa^&olb &*l)cSo& 8 o» e;$tfo 
#&#<&. There is some dispute or other. Compensation oodsSj^ 
tfo&osFCcr^ If there is anything else* I will have to enquire 
into it. 

Milk Production Centre at Narasatnpet 

489— 

* 455 (2099) Q.~ Sri K* Lakshminarasimha Reddy 
(Put by Sri Bh. Nagabhushana Rao (warangal):- Will hon. 
the Chief Minister be pleased to state : 

(a) the amount of expenditure incurred towards the 
starting of a milk production centre near Narasampefc, 
Warangal District; and 

(b) to whom the milk produced in the said ceutee is 
being supplied ? 

Sri N. Sanjeeva Reddy : 

(a) There is a Cattle-cum-Dairy Farm at Narasatnpet 
and the expenditure so far incurred is Rs. 4, 63, 452/ 

(b) i) Civil Medical Hospital, Narasampet, 
ii) Public of Narasatnpet, 

hi) Hotels at fianumakonda and Warangal 

(k) &* "2r»5". <3>rf$r>£fi&a*;$ : «ycoft ©&o tfr»ijrddoe» lbd5 milk 
centre ^3t3*&. *$& *S»# o tftfotf go &&*& t*a 38»4bsr,aCfi« sfr?a#e&a* 

ti\ a5". $oi$~d& : oStfotfeo jSep^S&a 2P<3b. Cattle fatflli & 
rffi^tf adStoti^Sfo "&tfs>&. c?£> £c&*go ^©sSb^tfo^ab. Breeds 
develop 3d&tfo, &o£sS&;§)a& eStf^a ^<5^&£»$c&tfo Incidental ir 
^cosj^cod s*©$3 ^sfc^&s^o. The purpose of Cattle Centre is 
to improve good breeding of Cattle. **& §"o3o **£> fc^S** 



$2$ l?th December > I962 Oral Answers to Questions** 

SriS. Vemayyai May I know, Sir, the quantity of 
milk that is being produced at this centre ? 

Sri N. Sanjiva Reddy : 350 lbs- of milk is supplied 
daily* 

«56^Qi>fe&oS poulty farm & aja^£r°&& 33^«6. 3f&Sj»er a»tfji^ 



Poultry Farms in Nellore District 

*476 (2134) Q.~ Sn JfiT. Ramaiah Chowdary (Nandipad) : 
Will Hon. the Chief Minister be pleased to state : 

(a) the number of Poultry farms m Nellore District ; 
and 

(b> the breeds of fowls, being reared in the said farms? 

Sri N. Sanjava Reddy : 

(a) Two, one at Aiur and the other at Mudivarthi- 
p*lem* 

(bV White leg hocn and Rlo<jLe Island Reds, 
^ a5\ SodfcS'Sa : <**& ^a^" 8 3&, ^&£ information ^* 

A &» &• "3o£^ £&tf£§*otf) : FVj ISoSfeo "»otofic£ "Boftsy^ 



Oral Answers to Questions*. hth December, ig6& &2t4 

Training Institution for Deep-Sea 
Fishing at Visakhapatnam* 
491 — 

* 515 (2211) Q.— Sri V. Sanyasi Naidu (Elamanchilip 
Will hon. the Chief Minister be pleased to state : 

(a) whether the Government propose to start any 
training institution to impart training; m deep-sea fishing at 
Visafchapatnam; and 

(b) whether the Government propose to provide 
subsidy to purchase nets and boats to the professional 
fishermen ? 

Sri N. Sanjeeva Reddy • 

(a) The answer is in the negative, 

(b) Th« answer is in the affirmative. 

35>. lu&d&g : *»#g&, Fishermen & t>&&S*<5fcvx> ^tag^flb. 

Z>w3ts&o8* <§& wy^&» &&t?tf&* &o&. wtf^oco p8ta»£)ortb a»&*8o. 
r^>o»Do?4> o»0^c5 g&syS" m 3s*ix*&& 5*£©S>£ «*;Sy©& §*ws$*&Xs& tfotf© 
|5etf So^fco 3:&&o&j*eo. 

<$) aS* "S&d&g i ijS^ "3otf£$ptfoa r8 *o£, S>tfo&!T subsidy 
for nets «*o"& &pcdS&*cp sSxboa. o»a§ #&^& o»q^ encourage 3<xft 

Sri iV. Sanjiva Reddi : As per the Central assistance 
for the II Five-year Plan, subsidy is 33|% on twine and 25% 
\n loan on logs for teppas* During ifee III Plan thQ {^ttern of 
assistance has been changed now* Only iot engines that 
subsidy is being given. 

Shifting of Licensing Inspector's Office, Nvumpatom 

492- 

* 635 (2448) Q.— Sri K* Satyanarayana {RepalU) % 

Will hon. the Chief Minister be pleased to state ; 
M. L. A. V-7 (2) 



925 17 th December, 1962 Oral Answers to Questions: 

(a) whether there is a proposal to shift Fisheries 
Licensing Inspector's Office at Nizampatnam to Repalle ; 
and 

(b) if so, the reasons ? 

Sri N. Sanjiva Reddy : 

(a) The answer is in the negative* 

(b) Does not arise. 

Ban on Fishing in Canals Near Sea in Guptur District 

493— 

* 685(2550) Q.— Sri M* Pichaiah (Payakaraopet) t 
Will hon. the Chief Minister be pleased to state : 

(a) whether there is a ban on fishing in the months 
of July and August, 1962 in the canals near the sea, in the 
llallagunda, Nizampatnam areas, Repalli taluk, Guntur 
district ; and 

(b) if so, whether the Government propose to remove 
the ban ? 

Sri N. Sanjiva Reddy : 

(a) The answer is in the affirmative, 

(b) Government do not propose to remove the ban. 

eroeS y>03*©S* ;Mb^sJ»3;$ s*eosS©tf*§ atf&Sjtfsfc, £>dS3s$ Sfrti&tf? 
^o&fc&So £»&&& ficSSr»gDS e/3&ohjWfe apply 3-fcsr^fio. tf&£ 3» $$ 

(I; <&ar. jsoisraa 1 *S;Sa> assy* jffc<ft i*&#aj*g i^ a*& "36 

m «w develop «»4*otfo eoSM^fib. srfj^f 3j*tf deep water £>tfo»?7 
§od jfrMtarc&pi J have no personal knowledge. s*os* «?n**&;Se» 



Oral Answers to Questions-. 17 th December, m$ 926 

<*> *>£"» »orftfga ; Water £o£ deep rc* &g5. aotf deep n* 
^o^ breed **3>&oa. ao£ &&£_£ depth ^oi> breed &&• They 
ara technical details about which I cannot Comment* 

<4) cftS>, &tf}c&g r gS$tf£&> tour rtf& &* Van & *2>fcn»&. s»& 
^tfjr-efciS^ 6ff*gtf£>o& S'&or'a &ff* S>#oiv fishing 8&tf>ar*ofi>. «*i»tfo*3 
bad practice $*/T&a*&§ & ban & a &"&"& ^55 tfS*dio £h$& os| 

^<5^o? &*>lSd*sSp t ££*&§ breeding s&ocp&f ? esSjS^&i*, ^t# &%& 
technical man & examine s5c&&& twssfcfrj, 

•S^jSSsSod ^>g£qo&. S*ffcs*©geo "^tf^Sb^otf^. ^^L^^i ^S&*»S&o&r*oa. 
&&&$&*£ sto*r»tf*i8 3"l#s&& strict 1* »S3b«> *&;$tf;&o g&fo&cS^a* 

(I) <*&*>"* XSod§oS"3& : -& drains •Sr»s£&con* s*eQS$c»3*2&« &£$_ 
^5^ Iftater stagnate t*o»4ofc>oa. fo3«£» <?*$& &*£ &a&>a&. 
•& drains coastal area *£** ^dbfesfoSS a*o deep -n* ^oej*©»» 
S^po&ition correct r? *?& ^8<s&&. sr 6 S&^S inforoiatioB & 
»fi breeding & esStftftibfi w^tfc. «$ftg«& **&sStf*£a $tfa eotoar^tt* 
Between tfa#§& frftt things, I will have to examine further* 

-'^ f,,lt ] . faxes m Fishing Nets 

494— 

*68? ^55S) §*—$ri M. Pifchaiah : Will Hon, %U 
Chief Minister be pleased to state ; 

the particulars of the taxes bemg collected on %\m 
various kinds of nets used by fishermen ? 

Sri N. Sanjiva Re&iy : 

.-,„ No tax w being collected ftrom fiahermeo for *tiy nete 
used by them. 



927 17th December, 1962 Oral Answers to Questions: 

^ d*5\ Zoi$-d& : ea» licence fee [Statf©* licence fee 
^o^oS. Net & »f ft^tooa, *• Sj-co $o&. *. 50/. co $ofc, 
tfi. 100/ co 2&0&. Nsts * og categories fix up 3r&. 24 tfr 
ori^a. Tax Sb to. 

d&osb 8, 7 tfs'ooatf tfoeo s*srO^ &o&>oa, j^asSoS licence fee «3 
^oa. <so&3# ToS licence fee *S>S*o «»a good* 3s$o> ^toS*^ 

Sn iV. Sanjeeva Rtddy : It is not a question; It is a 
request which cannot be complied with* 

&*&&<>&& &£ sfo& tax 4& «a^ o5oc» 3tf 3sfao sS&§*sfc&}fto 
<so1b that is no more licensing; it will be impossible to carry 

on at that rate. That is a request which cannot be complied 
with. 

licence *&**$& * ^ o5o&o<3 licence obd&st^cp ? £g S&©$5 
&t&* \&&i$* t&> to. 

Co-operative Dairy Farms in the State, 

495— 

* 791 Q.~ Sri S. Vemayya ; Will the hon Minister 
for Mnancp and Co-o£e*ation be pleased to state : 

(a) the pnml^et of Qo-pperative Dai^y Farms an the 
SUtetfortrj District- wise ; 

[h\ the amount allotted from 1-1-1960 till 31-7-1962; 

mat 1 * 

(c) the amount spent on each npto 31— 7—1962 both 
vmh the assistance of the State a^d fclie Oefttfce ? * 

J £ ^teiMimfar f+r Finance an$< Cooperation (Sri 
Ju Brakmammda Reddy) : ^ » 



Oral Answers to Questions: 27 th December, 1962 93& 

(b) & (c) Do not arise* 

dairv forms "3>&a*£>S a,£ sS#£;S» £&«&&> 3e»*Co£*Scr"tf a>^ farm *?>&* 



Sri J£" Brahmananda Reddy : It is a separate matter* 

Sir 

Integration of the Services in Co-operative Department 

496— 

* 952 Q.— Sri A* Venkateswara Rao : Will the hoxu 
Minister for Finance and Co-operation be pleased to state ; 

whether the Government is intending to integrate 
the services of Sub-Registrars and Senior Inspectors of Go- 
operative Societies of Andhra area and the Telangana area, 
respectively ? 

iC Brahmananda Reddy : 

The matter is nnder consideration of the Government* 

($) ;>. '3oS"fttf$tfa»e& : *<Sg&» stsS^& r'og&ofc e£$-tf senior 
inspectors n^a 3$^ 3*55 Promotions 8*&&&$£p. *£%-# senior 
inspectors & Promotions $$>• *•»§ e3 finalise *?<&gsStf& &3» 

<$, "g. ^sj^sSotfSS : <3&a a&3&. So far as integration 

of Gazetted Services is concerned, it is under correspondence 
wj fb th^ Government of India* So far as integration of non, 
gazetted services in theGo-operative Department is concerned- 
Government have come to a conclnsion 

Writing off of Sales Tax by District Commercial 

•Tax Officer, Krishna 

497— 

* 1667 (,2184) Q.— Sri G. Rama Rao (Balkonda) : Will 
the hon* Minister for Finance and Co-operation be pleased 
to state : 

(a) whether it was a fact that the District Commer- 
cial Tax Officer, Krishna had written off acootrats about 
Rs f , 40,000 of sales tax due from one Sri Kannamady $Mk*fc 



$g§ 17th Dedtmber, 19$2 Oral Answers to Qukstim$\ 

roaiah of Bantumilli village of Bandar taluq this year, if so, 
whjr ; and 

(b) whether any demand notice for the dues of 
Rfc, 40,000 sales tax was served on him ; if so wh* n ? 

Sri K* Brahmananda Redely : 

(a) No, Sir. The sales tax due has not been written 
tfff the accounts. 

(b) Demand notices were served on 9-12-60, 16-1-61 
and 2§-t-*62 and instructions have been issued for the early 
realisation of the arrears. 

A a. sig^tfa*;! * ^2? s realise 3fc*a* ? 

jfy 1, |©sj*cSotf&& ; t&. The last demand notice was on 

^4^1962 atid the actual declare expired and his son preferred 
ali kd^eal to the Board ; there was a stay by the Board* 

Sri K. Brahmanandareddy x It appe&fs that the 
a$a§ssment was left over so far because the transaction at the 
hands of agents need not suffer tax when the dealers to whom 
^ said stocks fpere sold have paid the taxes. Awarding to 
^e^gal position m the agents wura imui to be the ftrat 
purchasers the assessments ut question were taken up late* 



\t. * 



Acquisition of Land for Playground of the 








yj 1* Si^WI®6> %**-* Sfi F. Satyamrayana (Peftugmda) : 

* v jfeM hom* Minister Iot IMii&srt!0a b^ pfoased td state : 

(») whether there is any proposal before the Govern* 
si * lt * %$f$#^ private lands %% Tanukti to extetid the play- 
grounds ot the Polyteahaic College 

(b) if so, the number of houses affected by the atrolfi* 



^^n"?*"^^ personr^tf^ 1 




* ff^ ilMPl Q^Hflf* jpPPf 



Oral Answers to Questions ; 1/th December, $&63i <j$& 

The Minister for Excise and Prohibition (Sn M R 
Apparao) : 

(a) Yes Sir. 

(b) One thatched house with bamboo and mad wall^ 
the extent of which is reported to be 400 Sq. yards will be 
affected. 

(e) No. Sir, 
£* extension ^5 sSv^Sa. "StS site **os>sr t£*&otfs&& wr^ifc. 

^ cTgd&"3a«$ #tf*3acs>SP $$Sgotf& ao*t> <s£&-tf Kas& fib* Mty.ca sS&SlocS 

local officers & influace 3& «&• 8/. o& i»roooos"S». rad «ra§ 

(I; dfcSb, <a5" t e^a»S| : &SS* e^jp sia> affect «*o»3#& t3*& 
&o&* 80 st^b esS) 3#>gso «o&dkf\&. «*& &&> to. ^55 compen- 
edition s^5jtf«Sa §?o*r»&. 

Starting of Higher Classes in Schools ' 

499— 

* 1949 (1691) Q.— Sri K. Ranga D4s (Kollaptir) x 
TSriii the boo. Minister for Eduoatioo be pleased to fiate: ' ' 

(a) the steps contemplated by the Government * to 
meet the critical situation prising out of tbs reluctance of 
the Government to start higher classes in schools even when 
the public are willing to pay the contrebutions ; and 

4 ^ , \b) whether the Government propose to $rant ise$f|& 
trftiww the Itigher classes in case -the local public eoi$&* 
forward to bear the expenditure to open the same even if 
t&e Qovem^enl il>£8*8#lv$§ a*$ pliable to open the higher 
classes on acoQuni* &f ife# paucity of f uads ? > \ 

Sri M. R. App® Bm ? 

(a) It is presumed that the Han'bk Hei&jNf .refer* 
to the steps contemplated by Govt, to meet 4hb critical situa- 
tion arising out of the reluctance of managements fro* start 
higher classes and not the reluctance of Govt, to start the 
classes. In such cases of reluctance by management, the 
Govt, themselves will permit the opening of higher classes 
m mekmln to the extent necessary, subject to the availability 
of fundg +m tbo State Budget, Since certain conditions 




Q$l frth December, 1962 Oral Answers to @ue$tions t 

be fulfilled by the managements for efficient running fo the 
schools, theGovt. may not be able to permit starting of higher 
classes or schools even if the local public promise to pay 
contributions, as it is only of the conditions to be fulfilled by 
the managements for the starting of higher classes or opening 
of new schools. 

(b) This is difficult to implement, as it is not possible 
to grant separate recognition for higher classes run by local 
public in schools managed by local bodies or private mana- 
gements. 

Conditions & fulfil 3&&3^63§ upgrade 3"f>D*&S "a&goa ■fi&Sa, 
^»co e tfsxrj& #8o3&>;$ t y<& recognise ^c&tfs&S* i^b^&S hss sitrjofc 
«&q5* tfo^) sr^°c» ? 

(4) c&S.**5\ e^o»$ : *&s$tf& Higher elementary schools 
^higher classes run 3csfca»&S isSas <£tftf&o£ Contributions £"& 
jptm 3"£>:Stfd TteoTWPff^ofi. e»& S55rs* sSa3d&tfs&3tfa Director fi*& 
recommendotion &># & sStfes &S>1te*e&. £8o?fc\ ^dDdj»S)5 i«Ses& 

0) Q t^ a K 

Contributions **> e& regular rc* maintain 3d&cr$)S tfs»^s*;?8> 
Regular maiafce nance & budget $* Provision^ s'aeS 3d&tfs&> 

<?**i$ Polytechnic tn Cuddapah District 
500— 

* 716 (4817) Q. Sri G. Viswanatha Reddy (Reddi- 
p&ftej: Will the hon* Minister for Education be pleased to 

♦ 1 ^a) whether ihefce is a proposal to start a Girls' Poly- 
Ueknk in Cudd&pah District during the Third Plan; and 

(b) if bo, at what stage the proposal stands ? 
SH ]& R* AppQ Rao : 

, 4W 5. l^w*jf jkj : 1$ kfeBue *nr Wfypooal to start 
Foijteokoic ffut girla in any -other plafcfe ia *He State? 



«. tf % 



drat Answers to Questions t 17 th December, 1%2 ($2 

Sri M* R* Apparao : One Polytechnic was started at 
Kakinada and the other at Hyderabad; the Cabinet has 
decided that no further Polytechnics should be started for 
the present. 

<!) *. atf^sytf 34 : £>S> «>$oa Cabinet decide 38a$&» Mi 

c$q$&\5q &>o"S 3&^S. c?$S implement 3&*cp ? "is drop ^^cr* ? 

c&sp^ca. further &£8tio ^tfD Cabinet decide 3&o&. 

(4) a, 3#£SF0*c&e& : tfcrj-5^6 &>£&» "3©Qfi*S5*& a»tfe3$o6« Sfcrtf 

« 

Taking-over of Private Schools in Agency Areas by 

Government 
501 — 

* 654 (2484) Q, Sri Ch. Mallikarjuna (Yellavaram) : 

Will the hon« Minister for Education be pleased to 

state : 

The reason why the Government do not take over the 
schools under private managements located ia Agency area 
and run them under the Government management? • 

Sri M* R* Appa Rao : The following are the reasons 
for not taking ove¥ the aided elementary schools sitnaied in 
Agency >reas of Andhra region : 

" (1) The scheme of taking over aided elementary 
schools by Government &nd entrusting their management 
to the respective local b>dies was implemented for the first 
time in the Neliore District daring 1956-57; 

(2) The Educational institutions situated m agency 
areas of Andhra were transferred to the control of thtj Edu- 
cation Department from the control of Revenue Department 
only from the beginning of 1958; 

($) There was no Agency District Board covering ail 
the agency areas so that the taken over schools can conveni- 
ently be transferred to the control of the Agency District 
Bo^rd; and 

M, L* A, V-7 (3) 



$33 tfth December, 1%2 Oral Answers to Qu$st\on&. 

(4) Further the provisions of the Andhra Pradesh 
(Panchayat Samithis and Zilla Parisbads) Act 1959 was 
extended to Agency areas only with effect from "/15th January 
1962 and orders were issued for the constitution of Pancha- 
yet Samithis in those areas with effect from 1— 4— 1962 in 
G. 0. Ms. No. 95 P. & L. A. dated 18—1—1962. 

Cricket Teams For Ranji Trophy 

502— 

» 758 (2710) Q.— Sri K. Mara Reddy ( Rajampet ) * 
Will the Hon. Minister for Education be pleased to state : 

(a) whether it is a fact that two teams represent m 
Ranji Trophy, one from Hyderabad and one from Andhra ; 

(b) whether there is any proposal under Sport Counci 
to merge both the teams and select a sigle team to represent 
Andhra Pradesh; and 

(c) if not, the reason ? 

Sri M. R* Appa Rao : 

(a) Yes, Sir. 

(b) No, Sir. 

(o) Their separate existance has been permitted by 
the Board of Control for Cricket in India, As long as these 
two Associations function, there is no question of sending 
one representative team from the State. 

fy &. £igtfgtfa*$ : ttO^ jftfi^y* &pct *3o#b $55b^ "Bfyfeo &&& 

&SSX&&, "3&?fy&, Sfs?ao& &*cr ssBotfb&S^a. s$sy»;5*&ocF &g"& &&>h 
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t&fe $t#fea q| ^^rfrshtra, tiers arfe ihiek teams : the 
*>—*— mMi A^mtum, the tidarbfy* Cricket Asadct^ 



tioft *?i<l i&s Wah«^tra Grifcefc kssoclafciott* * Like that, fa<$' 
Criekat Association .has 

M V f J 




Oral Answers to Questions^ 1* Hh December, $$6i 

to merge. Like that, some associations are sending 411-Andhra 
Fr&deah teams; some associations axe sending two or three 
teams according to the orders of those All India Associations 
Any way, Government has nothing to do with it. 

Sri K. Mara Reddy : As the standard of cricket is 
poor in Andhra, it is better to merge both the teams and 
better to send a single team, one strong team* rather than 
sending two weak teams- If Hyderabad and Andhta teams 
are merged together, I think we can definitely win the Ranji 
trophey. That was the question. 

Sri M. R. Appa Kao : Government has nothing to do 
with that, Sir. 

Admissions in Medical Colleges 
503— 

* 843 Q.— Sri B« Ayyapu Reddy [Put by Sri P* Anth&ny 
Reddy, Anantfiapuf] : Will the hon. Ministet fat Health 
fcs*4 Medical bfe ple&sil to state i 

(&} the fliriobst df applications for admission into the 
Medical Colleges of the State in the Aeaderak year 198&-8JI 
and \ 

{p) tfc* nwijber $£ np^icaBts who could not a«nr e 

admissions ? 

rWr 

J* 

TJm MiMifterfor fiealth and Afedteal (Sri Y. Siva- 
rama Pros* 







fa?f 'if&'-df validt applieaii^tis lor admission 
%o f&* six medial college maintained by this state 

(b) ^407. 

.rp&MP^-ip » *f *£# ^&S «»qrtfo $&§*» &***» ^me>£5" #&f&&£^cr * 

Sri Y. S&atMta Prasad : Total nnnabe* of 
ajpp.Hca^ioijs- <*~ HS74 

Total valid appli^atjpae .... Stfft 



p35 Pth December, 1962 Oral Answers to Questions'. 

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£?& ffcg»gbtfo» "Sc/T jge7»o&o& #8$"§iT\ tfos^&ov) e* S^SS* 1^S>5 &o& 

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&§ $erF? ^Sepco «>a c?aicS3'tfo &3>r*0*J»&» 

(I) b. JMrjdfcg : (^3ip&) (S)3*Sb*Q, as*$>sSfce90 £e*a> 8rI"sS5" 
^r*^e»o^*J) s»&3ff*3 a&^ftS^ t^xbc^fiS. 



* \ 5^K^^yVwl<fy: WhaV criteria a*e fallowed 



Oral Answers to Questions : 17th December, lp$2 936 

Sri Y* Sivarama Prasad : Merit and requirements of 
the State for the speciality for which they are sent* 

Sri S Vemayya : May I know the names of those 
five candidates who have been deputed to the foreign count- 
ries and the names of the countries in which they are study- 
ing now ? 

Sri Y* Sivarama Prasad : Please put a separate 
question for the names. 

Foreign Students to Medical Officers 
504— 

* 849 Q.— Sri E. Ayyapu Reddy : (Put by Sri P- 
Authony Reddy) : Will the hen. Minister for health and 
Mfedical be pleased to state : 

(a) the number of Medical Officers in service who 
have had training in advanced studies of foreign institutions j 

(b) the number of Medical Officers now abroad for 
studies ; and 

(c) whether the Government are contributing any 
amount towards their studies abroad ? 

Sri Y. Sivarama Prasad : 
(a) 58, 

(b) 5. 

(c) The state Government bear their T. A* and D m A* 
to and from the port of embarkation* They are also paid 
their salaries in India for maintenance of their families for 
the duration of their stay abroad, Substitutes are posted to 
work in their places for the duration of their deputation. 

AHoapathic Hospital, Gmiakal 

505— 

* &87 Q - Sri V. K, Adi Namyana Reddy (Put djr Sri 
V. Satyanarayana) : Will the Hon. Minister for Heahh and 
Medical be pleased to state ; 

(a) whether any request was made by the Gunfcskal 
Municipality for taking over the Allopathic Hospital by t&a 
jG#v©*qmenfe and ; 

(b) if so, the action taken by the Government ! 






##f 17th Decmb&r, 1962 Oral Answers to Qmstims : 

Sri Y. Sivarama Prasad : 

(a) The answer is in the affirmative. 

(b) Owing to the lack of provision in the Third Five 
YaaT Plan the proposal to take over the Municipal allopathic 
Dispensary at Guntakal could tot be accepted. 

Opening of Aurvedic College 

506- 

* 908 Q*— Sri P.O. Satyanarayana Raju iKosgl) : Will 
the Hon. Minister for Health and Medical be pleased to 
state : 

(a) whether it is a faet tiiat the Government are 
cont&fcpl&tmg to open an Ayurvedic College in the State ; t 

(b) if so, the place selected ; 

(c x the course of study that are going to be introduced; 

fd) the expenditure that would be itivolfed to open an 
Ayurvedic College; and 

(e) whether the Government of India ptopose to 
contribute funds to opeft stich colleges ? 

Sri Y* Sivarama Prasad : 

(a) No # Sir. There is already a Government Ayurvedic 
College at Hyderabad, 



Does not arise?. 




Government Hospital, Markapur 
507 - 

* 161 (1336) Q. Sri P. Subbaiah Will the hon, 
Mmfetsr for Health and Medical be pleased to state : 

(a) the stage at which the proposal of converting the 
S>™meut Hospital at Markapur, Kurnool district, into 
WVf |o#$ta| stands; a^d 



¥ 



W^wfcatiwgthe Government propote to impki»Mft 
m_ jS Mffl ^^- fc 8 *^ Markappt as a Divisional 



drat AnswMS to Questions: llih December, 1962 <$£ 

Sri Y. Sivaramet Prasad : 

(a) There is no proposal at present to convert the 
Government Hospital at Markapur into a 75 beded hospital. 

(b) Does not arise. 

(*j & 3>©^<fig : cftpcpfr-^o Divisional healqrarters r? 

£*z$© ^^Jp^^pct ^foagariS^atfoti hospital 3&. «# 3»8£&©& £#£& 
«e»\cotf3p "3 tf ctTWjo ^ €?er* £££&&* &o<j*&. £&£ 19W-84 £*3 st, 

c^Jp <S &£ &o£> hospital $>o°^&>^£"*cp ? 

^ «} # SsScpS&i&^S" : cs*D§ "3©tfb sie>^o£be& 3Sx3^c3&o'S> Budget -S* 

provision Af$*tftoo **£&, "3oa»oSa, cpS>S s*aJt>&S *foo e&&%tf 0# 

« fSeT*^ JfcdoO so#SbS&o& ^i sSotffl^ofl^ 5S»«>g25bojdrpe& »3r«Bri> 

§ Q. $©s* 508 (* 176) and S09 (• 443) 

Doctors at Primary Health Centre of Buiiay&gudem 

and Lakshminaraycma DevipQta 
510— 

* 465 (2117) Q : Srt K, Babu Rao {Polavaram) ; will 
the hon. Minister for Health* afcd Medical be pleased to state: 

The reasons why doctors have not been posted at the 
Pi waaary Health Centres m Buttayagudem and Lakahrni- 
nfcrayana Dervi Peta of West Qodavari district though tfce 
mine h&d b*en sattottoafed fairly fc»g time ag*. 

Sri. Y. Sivaratna Prasad : 

Th?*e bfta hem no delay in th* pealing of Medical 
Officers- In ttye case of I^aksbmmareyaaepefca, the loeatio* 
of Primary Health Centre was sanctioned m June I960, and 
a Medical Officer was posted in the following month. As 
for Battay&gudera Bletok* fcfee laeafciwi of fcke Primary Health 
Centre has been sanctioned at tt&s end of laet &epfaa»W aed 
$*e Director of Medical Services is taking atejs to post a 
Medical Officer there very early. 



§ Not ptffc a**d not answered m the House. Hence the 
awe»**0T*t a*4 answers have been included in the proceeding* 
at the end of the Question Hour. 



9$9 l?th December > 1962 Oral Answers to Questions : 

Contribution «a^Ss$ya a% ^tfigsfc a&&-s$ ^tf tor a s?a3 ^tfg 
so§"*$a§ "Sxb^sSbo* c?£S) &So£> Director of Medical Services & 
medical degrees *&S*oS £&3"£ # & degree holders sjtftfsS^Aoff* 

#r°5&. Contribution (sS#b^£5 hand over ^S> oioUspoUootfoA. 

^ IS^. «£cr»&^&*<5* : e>& 33 ^tf^tsod. stfSylfo cr£tf& "S^cp 

$j £5. &ortd&g (&&"&£>) ; -& ^tfSfcg' «ff s «g"3o|tf5&ofl r * cr£tf & 
^6«2 ^ 8 ^** s ^oo* ? -A <9S*tfg"io^s5bS* jy5§ facilities £>&> 

tf«a tf^e*3da#o*fc»tf *&Ao&. « contribution ^s^^cr «tfgefo 
«s5Ao6* «5&dsSo*>sS>^ ^a backward [|n>o^sio ^ow^oaSp^, ^o 

ooatribatten 1^»«» i^tftfytf* ^«^ s ^sb ^s>^dab5&§* ^^^^^S) srsS 

«Mf^« 2.^S^S5j^0 ^€)^o«tfoS>tS eSKStftibsS^ft. « &Z<s£o6* i^S^^d 



drat Answers to Questions: 17 tk Pecemher, ig&i* g4& 

($) D, *Sr>5\ ^tf$r*£ee0*4>: Primary Health Centred S* &o<&«3& 

«3*S£tf£&D ibs5b jo5d6^^KS^«S». e^ hospital & a*£&& 1Ss*Sb, 

^&e<s^o $&. &&&$< 4k Primary Centres &5&;&d&o0* budget 
•&»& 5*3dfc. Primary Health Centred oa^flS ir£tf& 'Sett**® 

£itrfy Medical Officers m Primary Health Centres 
511— 

* 608 (2401) Q.— Sri P O. Satyanarayana &aju : Will 
the hon Minister for Health and Medical be pleased to 
state : 

j(a) the criteria for posting & L$dy Itedicatl Offioer 
in & Primary Stealth Centre ; and 

<b) the number and names of Primary He Alth Cfeetras 
in the $tate having Lady Medical Officers ? 

Sii Y* Stsw»*8« Ptasad : * 

t'> @®j&m1f a Prirti*ry Healtl* Centre is tttenfigg 
,#6 Merits*] Officer. H fcfe& Primary Healfcl* &*&r«3 
Which carry fcisto saneiioaed pools of If eidf*»f Office**, 6n« 
of tUem if jpk<$ fcjf a La4y Ifeiefci. 

(b) Two. 

1. Primary Heaitft Ge**«>. Vifaftto Krishna 
District. ., „ . . 

tapnr Distri*** , - ' 

5®^Bb* *£§- sfc&&;3»s£i3*& Director of Health ffafiMgll 

ffecttfr of Health &3§ Ss*a- J$o»o$o33& SSidBbSfe «S. tf&if &$ 

M. I* A. V-7 (4) 



o v . • *• 




gil 17th December, 1962 Oral Answers to Questions : 

S>& directions nz%&* sfcoOStefOiS »■*& s&&fc£-S>$5 o&<s> e&^AoB 1 
^S* <tf£ &*8* h& tfptfsioa d&cS^a, eso&tfe? $& S&^&^0sS5 JSoooSo 

&oa, ss?*& tfoaotfo^aa Bsfofco 3as*&. £&£ Director of public 
Health Xtfes^aoto crD^iS £&> tftfg WrsS^a? 

Sri TV- Sanjeeva Reddy : The answer is quite correct, 

git, »6 S&a&&*3>*5§ tfooofioao'S. S&aWWJds-'S 3&*&. S&DS^&eS 
sr& 3d&^3D i^*b*^o& ^SxSsS^ ^<b^s& SsS^S&ocr a°d§ directions 
s&o&. But the primary responsibility is that of the Munici- 
pality. It is a Communist Municipality. Therefore my friend 
is reluctant to accept the responsibility of the Municipality* 

$Mb& 3* »"3& S*&- c&&c5g $£$-#. 

Sri JV. Sanjeeva Reddy : We are prepared to answer 
any relevant question and pertinent answers Will be given. 
But if they do it with any motive and all that, then it will 
be difficult for us to answer. 

Mosquitoes in Rajahmundry 

512— 

* 806 (2801) Q,— Sri B. Subbarao (Put by Sri S. Vema- 
yya) : Will the Hon. Minister for Health and Medical be 
^leased to state : • %> 

(a) Whether the Government are aware of the fact 
that the public are forced to leave their houses during nights 
00 account of the unbearable trouble caused by the Mosquitoes 
in Aryapuram* Tumalava, Lingampeta and Seethauapeta 
localities of Rajmundry ; and 

(d) if so, whether the Government propose to take 
effective steps to eradicate the trouble ? 

Sri Yl Sivarama Prasad : 

(a) The Government were made aware that some 
people left thesr houses mainly due to sweltering heat and 
partly due to mesquito nuisance. 

This is mainly a Municipal problem add the Municipal 
authorities in consultation with -the Regional Assistant 
Director ol Public Health have taken necessary steps. Tke% 
pr*80ni pfl&itioa \£ that the mosquito nuisance has been 
liquidated* l 



Oral Answers to Questions : l?tk December, 102 942 

3s$^<3>. S &>£>£>&*£<!§ «*o»*j7Pa, sSbD&^DdSB Primary responsi- 
bility ss&^oa, s»0 3&>£;i&*£$Ss?& 3dfc«$sS < y&, rtsS^a&o&a ft-Jtosr 
directions gO^oc* e^a &£ Point, 

(Sj ©>S\ jSoJcS^S : S«Sj*oo» sj&o6# If the Municipality 
fails, naturally the Government will give directions. 

It was during the summer mouths of May and June 
that mosquito nuisance was mostly complained of, Every 
effort was made to reduce the mosquito nuisance when it 
arose out of the stagnation of Godavari river water oppo- 
site the timber yard depot. It found the lagoon contamina- 
ted with the water from paper mills in which a number of 
bamboo rods were stacked for seasoning in the water. All 
this formed a suitable ground for breeding and intensified 
measures were made by the Health Officer by oiling and 
spraying the breeding grounds. The Collector, East Goda- 
vari, also toot special interest in the matter and was in 
touch with the several measures adopted for abating the 
nuisance. He also addressed the Regional Assistant Direc- 
tor, Bftblio Health, Malaria, Vmakhapatnam, to visit 
Rsijahm^ndry and to chalk out measures to gm urgent relief « 
The Regional Assistant Director, Public Health, Malaria 
accordingly visited the place and studied the situation and 
advised more intensified methods of oiling etc* It was felt 
from the beginning that tbe breeding grew heavy and when 
it yfm complained by people that the best way of combating 
tjtf *itofttiffi,#*4 *° 9tt*tywfc * i Jow to this stagnating lagoon 
from %m main stream, the Municipal Engineer was consul- 
ted in the matter, but we are advised it was not possible. 
The next gt^p we waited to adopt was to prohibit the steeping 
of bamboo roads in the lagoon which harboured mosquitos 
m the breeding, For this we addressed the Executive Engi- 
neer, GodatfMi, Head Works Division, to order prohibition 
of steeping of bamboos by the merchants ; bub hfc oonld ®ot 
help us in the matter On the technical advtos of %h& Re- 
gbnill Rirootor of Malaria, we adopted ail intensified mear 
wSfif ittti-Urva breeding* but of course they were effective 
liii -ewii not eradicate' the nuisaisce owing to natural 
disadvantages ©te. Subsequently floods have *el in Ana tfc%y 



943 17th December, 1962 Oral Answers to Quest to*$ 

washed away all the larva and there is no mosquito nuisance 
now. 

Industrial Estate at Suryapeta 

513 — 

* 1960 (1823) Q. Sarvasri A Ranga Reddy (Nagaram) 
and K. Gurunatha Reddy (Ghinnakondur) Will the hon. 
Minister for Industries be pleased to state : 

(a) whether it is a fact that land required for the 
establishment of an Industrial Estate in Suryapet to*n, 
Natagonda district has already been allotted; and 

(b) if so, when the work will be taken up ? 

The Minister for Industries (Sri M. V. Lakshtulnarasa- 

yya) : 

(a) No, Sir. 

(b) Immediately after the land is taken possession 
of and plots are allotted. 

Regional Institute of Leather Technology 
§14- 

1729 (2449) Q Sri K. Satyanarayana : Will the hon. 
Minister for Industries be pleased to state • 

(a) whether there is any proposal to start a Regional 
Institute of Leather Technology m Andhra Pradesh; and 

(b) if soj when it will be started? 

Sri Af. N. Lakshjninarasayya : 

(a) Yes, Sir* 

(b) The matter is under consideration of the 
Government. 

Enforcement of Prohibition tn Telengana 
515— 

♦ 1607 (1830) Q.^Sn A. Ramachandra Reddy (Bhon 
gtr) : Will the Hon. Minister fox Excise *od Prohibition bf 
pta*se4 to state t 

*$}se ept^aied Ip$s of Revenue to the Government 
airatt* |£ ^pobibition i« ext^d<$ to Telangana area^ 



Oral Answers to Questions* 17th December, I962 944 

(b) the loss of revenue to the Government resulting 
from implementing the prohibition in Andhra districts for a 
year? 

The Minister for Excise and Prohibition (Sri M* R f 

AppaRao) : 

Rs, 795 lakhs. (7.95 Crores), 

Rs. 5,15,65,379/- towards annual loss of income accor- 
ding to the actual m 1945-46. 

The annual expenditure towards the enforcement of 
Prohibition is Rs. 29,90,289 

(|j &* o»&tfoh£j*3d : $tfo£* Si^AcS $*%£ S$&2>c&© *%£*£ 
jS$$#£0 #& *wdfco <$itf^&^<s&fc& eojtf&cp©^ &o<S &tfg&*& K% 

Drinkng Water to Uddanam 
516 




p&I Administration be state ; 

$4| Wfcftttier there is any proposal to supply drinking 
water to Uddanam in lohapuram taluk, Srikakulam distarfet 
through pip&s; and 

( , (b) if not, the reasons therefor ? 

The Minister fot Municipal Admitiiattfatidn (5W Jk w 

Veh kataranmyya) : 

(a) and (b) A well work for supply #f drinking water 

to 14 hamlets in Uddanam area was commenced in anticipa- 
tion of the sanction of the Government &f India, Ttei work 
was however subsequently dropped as the Government of India 
did not approve the scheme under the National Rural Water 
Supply Programme. 

&&&*& *$&»$& *oto£* a**i*a sss *&&tf€»ib&©&«sa, «M9tf "iojtf 



1§d&$&$£&< 




4 



g4S tfth December, 1962 Oral Answers to Questions : 

ate^fifc. 100 tfsr>eo, 200 tfg*a> ^abSo "3*^ b& flTWtoo^da. eo&^tf 
uoitflsStti^o £e &£-&>& S&08«&3& eg'jptf SboC?)43 tftf^a* t3d&>&§S 
i <&&3\o tf&oo* ? 

l!>fcp&& pfcoiarrCo "aoac^fib. e s*tfgj£&o £>&>#* "3Dd&i£*o* ? 

A 3, "£o£idT*s£c5ftg : spS j&S&gfcgS |J$d&^o t5&ctf£&o. "3»& 



Revised pay Scales to Conductresses in 

Municipalities 



517- 



* 588 (2W7) Q — Sri K Nagaiah ( Put by Sri 
S* Vemayya) : will the hoiu Minister for Munioipl Admini- 
stration be pleased to state . 

(a) whether the Government are aware that the 
conductresses in the Municipalities in Andhra region are not 
paid the revised scales of pay and other allowances fixed in 
G. (X Ms. No 28, M, A, dated 6-1-1960, and in G. O. Ms. No. 
608 M. A*, dated 5-5-1960, supported by a clear G« O* Ms. 
]^fo, 1575, M. A , dated 28th November 1961 ; and 

(b) whether the Government intend to take early 
steps to implement the G. O, regarding the payment of 
teviaed scales with effect from 1-10-1959? 

Sri* A* Venkataramayya : 

(a) All the Municipalities in the Andhra Region have 
since implemented the revised scales in respect of Con- 
ductresses. 

(jM Does not arise. 
S4<&o$* revised so&I&k ia&&tf"i «aske»:S&£s*&. 



Oral Answers to Questions : 17th December, 1062 §46 

Drinking Water and drainage to Narasannapet and Sompeta 

518- 

> 798 (2782) Q.— Sri L, Lakshmandossi Will the Hon, 
Minister for Municipal Administration be pleased to state : 

(a) whether it is a fact that Narasannapeta, Sompeta 
Panchayats m Srikakulam district, deposited the amounts 
for investigation of the drinking water-supply and drainage 
schemes ; and 

(b) if so, the stage at which the matter stands ? 

Srt A. Venkataramayya : 

(a) The answer is in the affirmative. 

(b) Necessary steps are being taken to investigate 
the two schemes. 

(A) es$«So8 f 

(fi) e "3otf> sStfroa investigate 3<&o&& £?6tftfg«D &&>£*•$ 

(i) a. '3o£UT*&cftg : t?05*©Sfc> £&&££&• *Sa>&'2a>tffc e&S^SS^ 

tsfcotfoff* investigation ^^Sb &"lr>ojtf#<5c5& &i§ SS&&0O q;5q&p&5 

(I) £• 'So£i&r»&d&g : •& loStf^ft* c?$§ £o©otf o 3&, 

<§} a, SoSi&p&d&g : ^ £o tf^iSfopo^ S$8$o& «8/\cS #&3*# 



$4f frth December, I962 Oral Answers to Questions: 

Report of Hindu Religious Endowments Commission 

519— 

* 1431 Q — Sri P. Rajagopal Naidu [Put by Sri Rama- 
chanra Rao Desepande] : Will the horu Minister for 
Religious and Charitable Endowments be pleased to state : 

(a) whether the State Government received a copy 
of the report of the Hidndu Religious Endowments Commisson 
headed by Sri CL P. Ramaswmi Ayyar ; 

(b) if so, whether the Government are implementing 
the recommendations made in the report ? 

The Minister for Religious and Charitable Endow- 
ments {SfrnL T\ N. Sadalakshmi) : 

(a) Yes. 

' (b) The report was submitted to the Government of 
India* who have not yet passed any orders. The question 
of implementing the recommendations does not arise at this 
stage, 

Sri S. Vemayya : Sir, May I know the gist of the 
r^wrtmeaelaUens tkat have been made m this report. 

<S£&oft»o6. 

fa zr&ero fi*£ro£>>3c&g ; ^0^$, Tboorrw* ^oi&o&^&ti^ Hindu 
Religious Endowment Acts Consolidate 3a&>&& a.g'tf&o &d&»& 
&r&&. s»a ■&£&& d^cs^So W ait ^xSot^&S) 3*^e6. s»sS>p^> 
e £&»£ fiSFdi sto^oa. &o&$o & ^^ finalise 3t>&& &3>o- ? 

ita^ K^tf^'&oSartbod ^^ $&fi "3o*>3 isSd&tfjo 3£*Sk>. 









Oral Answers to Qwstionsi hth December, 1962 $48 

eoAgS3>o£*, e& tf&*)o£& ^CbsFtf^ "^^q tfc$tf^*2)Q&> steps &&5*oa»oa. 

Complaint Against the Management oj Temples in 

Jagarlamudu 
520— 

* 1337 (2752) Q.— Sri Vavilala Gopalakrishnayya 
(SattenapalliJ : Will the hon. Minister for Religious and 
Charitable Endowments be pleased to state : 

Whether any memorandum was received complaining 
against the management of the Executive Officer, Sri Channa- 
kesavaswamy and Venugopalaswamy and Veerabhadraswamy 
of Jagarlamudi, Bapatla taluk and what action was taken 
to put the thing in order ? 

Smt T. N* Sadalakshmt 

A ifcabazar petition was received from Sri M, Subbaiah 
and others in the office of the Commissioner, Hindu Religious 
and Gharitable Endowments (Administration) Department. 
It was enquired into by the Assistant Commissioner, Hindu 
Religious and Charitable Endowments Bapatla and the alle- 
gations made in the abovt petition were found to be false. 

i§o»&*a* ? <§£ false «3<3 ©Sl^d&oS^ &Q£r°a* ? 

<&&a a. d&5\ Siyo&£ : « ^sHsSbsrsSptf* point by point 
allegations «^&* cr»^s-tfo£&»j& &tfd&-tf correct **& 3©3&. 

The Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly 

Supplemental List of Questions put for oral Answers for MooDay 

The 17th December, 1962. 

Supply oj Bamboos and Alcohol to Sirpur Mills 

721— 

* ^552-A (1400) Q .— Sri G. SanjivaReddy {Put by Sri 
Vavilala Qopala Krtshnayya) ■ Will the hon. Chief Minister 
be pleased to state : 

M. L. A. V-7 (5) 



g4g hth December, I962 Oral Answers to Questions: 

(a) whether any concessions are being granted to the 
Birla Management of Sirpur Paper Mills Limited and the 
Sirsilk Mills of Sirpur Kagaznagar in the bale of bamboos 
and alcohol to them; and 

(b) if so, the reasons therefor ? 

Sri N. Sanjeeva Reddy : 

(a) It is true that Sirsilk enjoyed concessional rates 
for supplies of alcohol made during the periods from 
20—9—1954 to 24 - 7—1959 and with effect from *4— 7— 1959 
till 3 — 5—1961- the date from which the Ethyl Alcohol 
Price Control order came into force along with other bulk 
purchasers drawing 12,000 gallons and above, because of an 
agreement in view of the Government's substantial interest 
by way af shares and loans in the company. Uuder the 
Ethyl Alcohol Control Price Order, a uniform rate of 
0.85 Np. per gallon is being charged for all purchasers of 
alcohol. It can, therefore, be said that no concessions are 
being granted to Sirsilk at present. 

In regard to the supply of bamboos to the Sirpur Paper 
Mills* the following is the position : 

III 1939, the Mills were granted a thirty year lease of 
bambao growing areas of Adiiabad District subject to pay- 
ment* of a royalty of Rs. 3-8-0 (O. &} or Rs« 3-00 (I. G) per 
ton In 1959, the Mills were granted a twelve year lease of 
9 bamboo growing series in Palvanoha Division, Khamam 
jDiatoiet, subject to payment of an enhanced royalty of lis, 5/ 
ger ton, which wa$ the royalty fixed for bamboos supplied 
to the Andhra Paper Mills at Rajjahmundry. In July, 196$ 
the Mills have been granted an annual lease of certain 
Hindoo growing ar^aa rathe Andhra tegion of the State 
estimated to yield 38J00 tons of bamboos, subject to payment 
of a further enhanced royalty of Rs. 6-50 nP* per • ton. In 
July, I96& f tfc$ ICdUthwv* W» grafted am a»nu&Ji lease of 
the ex-Jagir bamboo growing areas in Nirraal and Asif^bad 
DfrrisloBte of Adiiabad District, subject to payment of f a' 
further enhanced royalty of R». 9/- per ton, 

[h) Theae toattea wfc* e gTaated to the Mills m view of 
the Government's interest in the Mills by wav of shares in 

*h* qmpn* ; ¥ 



Oral Answers to Questions*. 17 th December, 1<#>2 p§0 

v<&ba& &dS$*5" i>35&>IT&&*tf Soatfa s^too es8fto&. ^a*<j# a>3 62 $* 
t*$ ^5 6-50 So "&os»sS». &l\ "3otfsStfd* a*3& ^sSo» $Jb<5s5y& 8 6. 

«To"£ &o&. 

Sc^a 1 300, 400 sSc^odT Ibdrrooo* c?JDS)o<3 ^<S"^ "&o*S ha> ftS^cr t 

Sri i\T. Sanjiva Reddy : From Rs* 3 we have iuotfwpecE 
to Rs* 9: Thifc is also nearly 300 percent* I do not know 
what information the member requires and what answer I 
have to give. 

vo] r &5& &>o& tftf Wb^tf *q£&. Under the Ethyl Article 

Control Order a uniform rate of 85 nP. is fixed, , It is & rate 
fixed under the Oontrot Order* Therefore fc uiuform rate of 
85 nP, is fixed for all parohases by Sirpttf * * * 




basis &j«Ssj€3^s4o. Ib spitd df the distance ihey«get some sfcpp lj 
from theifc offices* 



«* 




3S : s^r&JT&CT **o^«S*a d^Sa* ^^^Nir 

Srf AT. Sdnjiva Reddy : A separate question jpqr 
put. 

tChifSSa Ch0etafive Spinning Mills. , J 

Chief Mioi eter #e pleaeed Ito state t 

a" 4 wlilfife tfee old machinery wa& puteha; 
o-#$^r$trre Spinning Mills in Bombay ; 




951 17 th December 1962 Oral Answers to Questions : 

(c) the extra cost if any incurred in servicing tte old 
mechinery ; 

(d) the actul cost of new mechinery of the same type 
and models on Bombay delivery basis ; 

(e) the difference in the cost price of the new and old 
mechines of the same type and models ; 

(f) who is responsible to purchase this old mechinery 
instead of new one ; 

(g> what is the mandatory and supervising agency 
of the Government over the Spinning Mills when several 
lakhs of State funds are invested m the Mills ; 

(h) whether the Government has any shares in the 
Mills ; and 

(i) If so, to what extent ? 

Sri N. Sanjiva Reddy : 

(a) Rs, 1,53,520/-. 

(b) Carding Engines-44 numbers,Rovings 6 numbers, 
from M/s India United Mills Ltd. Bombay, 

(o) Rs. 2,17,156/-. 

(d) Carding Engines Rs, 22,500 each. 
Rovings Rs. 82,845. each. 

(e) Carding engines (44 nos) Rs. 6,33*600/- 
Rovmgs (6 Nos) Rs- 4,43,070/- 

Total Rs. 10,7 6,670/- 7 

(f) The Board of management of the Chirala Co-ope- 
rative Spming Mills. 

(g) Mandatory and supervisory powers are vested 
with the Registrar of Co-operati re Societies while the manage- 
ment of the mills is vested in a Boards of Directors which 
iacl«wjes tbe Registrar of Co-operative Societies, Director of 
Handloo^e and Financial Adviser (Industries) Government 
of Andfara Pradesh as ex-officio Directors, The day-to-day 
admmistmfcion esftject to the policies laid down by the Board 
Of J>ir6cters, is <***j«e<$ on by the General Manager of the 
Mi tie, who is a I>m&$ ^pgfetr^r of Co-operative Societies. 



Oral Answers to Questions : 17 th December ; 19&& 0§ 

(h) Yes, Sir. 

(i) Rs, 8,57,000/- as 8,570 <B* class shares of Rs« 100/- 
each. The total share capital of the Mills is fts. 17,74*000. 

ffo# S^ Farms in Srtkakulam District 
723— 

*572 (2338) Q.— Sri P» Gunmyyai Will the km* 
C&ief Minister be pleased to state : 

(a) the number offish seed farms at present i» 
Srikakulam district ; 

♦ (b) fcke iSumber of them f uactioning ; and 

' *' (o) i>h& amount of expenditure incurred ihejif&t 

dwiBg mi~m ? ° 

im$m$& #; S«n|i^i Reddy : 
(o) Rs. 14,146-50 aP N 

A 2k5. So£o5*3S : £&&» ldSbS$$£&; £S*g/&o& ^»ca£KH5" 

"SMbolb eS T^sSo*. 5>&8S &3*5"&off&, *•&)• tw ^^"SSfefo^ar^ 

£i<5€r*ic#$ to Fiskermm ' 

724 — ' *** * 

* 634 (2447) Q — Sri K* Satyamtayom (Pmt by Sri 
jK bubbayya : Will the ton. Chief Minister be ptessf <f 
to state : 



% 



$$3 nth December* 102 Oral Answers to Questions*. 

(a) whether licencing system for fisherman has been 
introduced all over Andhra Pradesh ; 

(b) if not, in what parts the licensing system has no* 
been introduced ; 

(c) the licence fees collected for various nets used by 
fishermen ; and 

(d) the amount collected from the fishermen under 
licewfag system in Andhra Pradesh, giving details district- 
wise? 

Sri N. Sanjiva Reddy : 

(a) Thfe atisww is in the negative. 

(b) The licensing system has so far been introduced 
oaty in «ertain* select waters in the State, A statement 
showing these select waters is placed on the Table of the 
House, The licensing system has not been introduced m 
other waters as yet, 

(c) Th& licence fee for a net varies fro» pleace to 
place. A statement showing the Schedule of such fees, is 
placed on tlie Table of the House. 

(d) A statement is placed tia tlie Table of the House 
Statement Placed on the Table of the House 

List of Select Waters Where Licensing System has Been 

Introduced. 

h Himayatsagar* Osmaneagar, Hussamsagar, Mir 
Alam tank In Hyderabad district. 

2. Nizamsagar in Nizamabad district 

3 % Part of the river Godavari in Karimnagar district* 

4* Koilsagar hi Mahaboobnagar district, 

6. Ifcrt of the river Qodavuri and Window pane 
OystejR «* Mmt Godavari district. 

6. Oollait bk* *tod Pbla*wam agency m West 
Godavari district. B * 

M m 1* ***** ^ ^mit, Illte * u swamp in Kr^hn* 



dral Answers to Questions** ink December, l9$2 04 

8, Nallamada and Parali drains and Koihapalem in 
Guutur district. 

9. Manners river, Kandleru, Upputera, SarvepaHL 
reservoir and Nellore tank ,Swarnakukhi estuary in Nellore 
district. 

Licence fees Charged under the Licensing System 



Kind of the net. 

1. Cast net, 

2. Dragnet 

3. Drift net. 

4. Rod and line 

5. Napuvala 

6. Napuvala (medium size) 
7« Napuvala(small size) 

8, Illavala 

9. Jalugu vala 
10. RaBgoon net 

11 . Gedasavak (stake Bet) 

12, Usavala 

13. Rakkavala 
14>* Lo*g lina 

15. Vidugu net 

16. Pandu, net* 

17. Napu net 

18. KiUyi vala 

19. Moyyavala 

20. Vootha 

21. Kontivala 
2ft. Bttdav^la 

23, Kandlavala 

24. Crap line 



Fee chargeable* 
Rs. 3/- to Rs. 10/- 
Rs, 3/- to Rs, 20/- 
Rs. 25/- 

Rs. 3/- to Rs. lOf- 
Rs. 500/- 
Rs. 200/- 
Rs. 100/- 

Rs, 50/- to Rs. 200/- 
Rs. 50/- 
Rs. SOA- 
RS, 15/- 

Rs. 5/- to Rs. 35/- 
Ra. 3/- to Ra. 12/- 
Rs. 3/- to Rs- 10/- 
Rs. 50/- 
Ra, 20/- 
Re. 200/- 
W*. 50/-* 
Rs. 5/- to 90/- 

Rs. 3/- 
Rs. 3/~ 
Rs. 5/- 

Rs. 3/- 
Rs. 3/- 



$$$ Ink fecerrier, 19$2 Oral Answers to Question*: 

Amount Collected Under the Licensing System During 

101 — 62- 

Mme of district Amount realised 

i: Hyderabad Kb. 9,96 1 /- 

2. Nizamabad Rs. 8,480/- 

3. Mahabubnagar Rs. 5/- 

4. Kareemnagar Rs. 135/- 

5. Kurnool Rs. 1,774/- 

6. EastGodavari Rs. 10,759/- 

7. WestGodavari Rs.53,Ul/- 

8. Knshna Rs. 10,017/- 

9. GmitH* Rs. 4,180/- 

10. Nellore • Rs. 9,251/- ' 

11. Nalgonda Rs. 2,930/- 

12. Kahmmam Rs- 207/- 

13. Ad*Iabad Rs. 1,761/- 

Total Rs. 1,12,623/- 



&&&» *o"B>, <#&§ § li&a g&^OS consider 3d»eS. 3*«3§ *OWort» 

JFisfc Rearing Centres m Vizag District 



v 



* 767 (2725) Q;~ Sri K, Appala Naidu {Remdi) : Will 
i&# &08* Chief >Hwst$r &® pleased to state : 

(a) *fe« number of fish rearing centres established m 

(h) if so, the nam&s of the panchayat Sajaithisla ttfe 
™^^ <* Whfehthe^rd #eutmaWe been $®*&bjisbfcd is 



-,v ^ . ~T^ *^ #'* .*>>*> ^ 



any 




f *» «■ *" JF ^ 



Oral Mswers to Que§i%o#§% IHh Itemmbm*, B®2 #f$ 

Srt N. Sanjtva Reddy : 

(a) One. 

(b) Srungavaiapukota taluk **. nil, 
Bhmmmpatnam taluk -.. Bhi«&umpafcn*un 

mpnieipaity. 

(c) The answer is in the aeg^iy^ 

Qaskew And Eucalyptus F } l antationsin Reserve 

Forests of Tiruvur Taluk 

* 224 (1558) Q.— Sri P. Bapaiah and Sri V. Viswe- 
swargrao : Will the hen. Chief Minister he pjeaasd to state : 

(a) the number of places and the extent <*f land In 
wkich the Forest Department planted Cftshew and JSuealy- 
P^rs trees in t&$ reagrve forests of Tiruvur taluq, Krishna 
Bistrict, *nd 

(b) the amount of expenditure incurr«4 p£* fcor§ by 
the Forest Department for planting the same? 

Sri N. Sanjtva Reddy : 

(a) Cashew and Eucalyptus trees were planted in Six 
R$se£Y$ Forests eowrmg aa extent of 1155 acres, in Tisii'mf 
talufe of Krishna District. 

(b) The amount of expenditure incurred ranges from 
Rg, 2# te 130 per acre. 




(Sj aS". S$o4s>"B& f ^Xba^fS, »o>3fc^ woolin'a aoS flesoo 

j$^a Mts£>&* Maori*) odfetfeue <J 3*rtj»*S. 

Earnest Money of Form* f £0Kiz?&tQr$ 

ttt— 

#jtt tfee Wn. Chief Minister tw pkaeetf to stole : 
' *. %. A. V-7 (6) 



g§7 !7th December, 1962 Oral Answers to Questions : 

(a) whether the Government are aware of the fact 
that the earnest money deposit for 1959-60 was withheld 
from the contractors in the Forest Department and asked to 
pay sales tax though it was not mentioned either m the 
agreement or notification ; and 

(b) if so, under what rules ? 

Sri N. Sanjiva Reddy : 

(a) Such cases have been brought to the notice of the 
Government. 

(b) In such cases, instructions have since been issued 
to refund the amounts of sales tax collected, 

(I) ;p£tep© fi^o^&cftg : Refund 3s>«5&d information sS^oc? 

fy aS". So*§cS"3& i Instructions have been issued Sir, && 
a*# ao^otf&fc. &^&ocp^£> 6o&ptf3 sSj* e$®jj£r>ddbo* When the 

Government issued instructions, we presume that they have 
been earned out. 

Licence for Cutting of Bamboos in Telangana 
728— 

* 838 (2867) Q*~~ Sri Tenneti Viswanatham {Put by 
Sri T. K. R. Sarma) : Will the hon. Chief Minister be 
pleased to state : 

(a) whether the Government has granted a licence 
to any private. company giving monopoly of the right to out 
all the bamboos in the forests m Telengana area of Andhra 
Pradesh; 

(b) if so, the terms of the licence and the duration 
of the period of the licence; 

(c) whether there is a proposal to renew the licence 
m favour of the party; and 

k a?^ lf 8 ° 5 under what tems the party has been 

Sri N. Sanjiva Reddy : 

w ii W £ i* ?*? 6 ™ g ra *»te<* to Messrs Sirpur Paper 
Mills Limited giving monopoly of the ngbt to cut all the 

bamboo m the forests of Adilabad District in.the Telengana 
area. & 



Oral Answers to Questions: 17th December, Jg62 958 

(b) A copy of the licence and lease granted to the 
Mills is placed on the Table of the House. 

(c) The answer is m the negative. 

(d) Does not aiise. 

Paper placed on the Table of the House 
(Copy of Licence and lease granted to M/S Sir pur Paper 

Mills) 

By virtue of these presents, the Government of His 
Exalted Highness the Nizam is pleased to agree to grant 
subject to the conditions and provisions following to the 
Sirpur Paper Mills Limited which is above to be formed under 
the Hyderabad Companies Act (here in after called "The 
Company *')licence to establish, maintain and operate Factories 
for the manufacture and trade of Pulp and paper of a capacity 
of 5,000 to 6,000 tons of paper per annuam and capable of fur- 
ther expansion in future and for the manufacture ani trade 
of other allied products m the District of Adilabad together 
with the lease of the requisite bambco areas in that District 
and more particularly the areas known as the Kadamba and 
Garlapet Blocks and with the understanding that if after 
experience it is found that the bamboo supplies from these 
two blocks are insufficient or inefficient, then, the Forest 
Department of H, E. H. the Nizam's Government agree to 
reserve the nearest oonvenient bamboo growing areas for the 
requirements of the factory and to have working plan and 
felling series prepared for them on the same line as for the 
said two blocks for a period of 30 years from the date of 
eemmencement of the regular operations of the Factory. 

The following conditions shall apply that is to say 
the said licence and lease shall be granted only if : 

(1) The Company shall be incorporated under the 
Hyderabad Companies Act within 12 months from the date 
thereof. 

(2) The Authorised capital of the Company in the 
first instance shall be O. S. Rupees One Crore with authority 
in the Articles of Association of the Company to increase it 
from time to time to Rupees Two Crores. 

(3) The Issued capital in the first instance shall not 
be less than (X S. Rupees Forty-five lakhs on which at least 
75 per cent of the nominal value of the shares so issued shall 
have been applied for before allotment. 



p59 I7th December, lt$2 Oral Answers to QmMm& 

(4) The Hyderabad Construction Co , Ltd., shall 
subscribe not less than the sum of Rupees five lakhs towards 
share capital. 

(5) The Directers of the said Hyderabad Construc- 
tion Co M Ltd M and their associates and friends shall subscri- 
be or get Subscribed not less than A further sum of Rupees 
ten lakhs towards share capital. 

{6} The Government will have at ail times two nomi- 
aafted directors oil %ke Board of the Company. 

(7) By afi agreement in writitig the Sirptir P&fittf 
Mills Ltd,, shall appoint the Hyderabad Construction Co** 
Ltd., m its Managing Agents Anfl snob agreement fch&H pi$* 
vide ihat the Managing Agents Of the said Com^atiy will be 
vested with the entire m&nagertent of this Cobif&ify for A 
period of thirty years from the date of meor|XD*ati©6 of the 
Cbi&patiy or for a lesser petrod that might come to b$ ft&ell 
due te revision #f the HyderAbad Companies Aet from th# 
fot&of sueh enactment and thAt Hyder&bAd GottstMtftton 
|3&*$ ($<L, As took Managing Agents ih h£a of fikeir m* vlwt 
Witt receive a remuneration equivalent to 10 p3£ oetit of tfe# 
aefct profits earft&d by the Company, calculated Af ter Aitcnr* 
- | lot all the tt^mal worktyg charges, interest 0ti lOAfte ASS* 
v&&ees f uepairs* an1 outgoings, depfeciAtiin on the fi&cJd 
assets aad fcW assets of the said oompany As woufld hit & t>e»B 
|nam time to fciiae allowed in &ateula*iag profits ha$ t&e Briton 
*|i4iA Incffiie T&x: Aet {in force At the date fc<sr®$ffy btelt itt 
parca in Hyderabad far the Whole ^erio4 <*f frhie t^*3§»t &W& 
mek d^eiiotsehali b# mA#e irre^e^teve Wh#fc&£f tfetftttfcWiSi 
Of such depreciation is*actually set aside or entered in the 
!AlA«fce £hm& bt ^m^nU U thA *ai<f (Wtfauy oi not; bomir 
lienor eabd&li#6 tt*aSfVe& IrOtn CtaVernmsiCt or from A public 
$*#$?$ frofit#fey wi*jf ^f premi&sf on shared solid, pf&fits on 
sale pr#$ee40#f forfeited ahf*re&* i*r profits from ifee^sak ol MM 
whole or part of the undertaking of the Company, but $#ttiddS 
smy dednetbn m reapeot of income-tax or supertax or any 
mfafhi t$ rinly o4 income $t fttotfftfc ofr for eijenfeture by 
* **W i&mm oft $$bbtx$mi& or otherwise oricapitMocc0p«1 
mm&^m ** ^ mlm ^ i0h m ^ bA s § et 7 «ta^ ift ^Im% ¥$p 

>r*es&frve Or any pilfer toecfcl fatM, TO* *■ 






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Oral Answers to Questions: 17 th December, $62 $lH 

Board of the Company from to time. The Govemmetrt Will 
in the event of the above conditions being fulfilled subscribe 
Rupees seven and a half lakhs towards the share capital 
this amount to be included in caleuating the sum of Rupee* 
forty-five lakhs mentioned m the above clause 3, 

$he follwing provisions shall apply to the intended 
licence and lease, viz , 

(1) The.Sirpur paper Mills Ltd,, will have the sole and 
exclusive rights for manufacture of Paper and Pulp and suck 
other products as may be conveniently manufactured, 
ehiefly from bamboo extracted from the bamboo areas, situa- 
ted lit the District of Adilabad with rights to import 
bamboo from any adjoining areas outside the State in the 
event of the bamboo areas within an economical and conve- 
nient radius of the Factory getting flowered or running 
%tyog% in supply, and for the mining and quarrying of Hurt- 
•tone or any other minerals needed by the Comp&ny for ft* 
requirements subject to any Royalty as tmy be sanctioned 
by Government. 

(2) The Company, to mroet their requirements, will 
have the right to tap sutfae* and enbfeoil go&i^g df #A$if 
supply at any convenient place and subjoefc to tile ^ppro^al 
of the public works Department to comMrue* ati&ut* d* 
storage reservoirs on any river, stream dr sereame f& i%m 
vicinity of the Factory and to contract ebsftofch at c*>fcdtrlfcfe 
open or covered from such reservoirs ®£ soatfee* to thfc stltt 
of the Factory and to construct infiltration drain* of gz\H- 
ries covered or uncovered to tap eubpoil or surface 
drainage of the surrounding areas and to lay channel* or pip« 
lines thereform to the site of their factories and to construe* 
&ewage and drainage lines for the discharge and disposal ol 
th& felffuents in any suitable manner and to lay overhead 
^4fctrfe or telephone lines or lay underground cables and to 
eom&trfcet trolly lines and operate hght railways on it lor 
ffti <Ioti^y#tice of the materials needed by th« factories 
and to construct catfc tracks and buildings and huts an! to 
inatail mfrtsbimjltj and plant of a»y description driven fey 
slectiio or sterna or w^*er or Diesal powers at any $mm t» 
fcfe^ vieioity of the Factories which may bo eoMtd#t«d mm® t 
sary for the working of the Company. 

{$) Baring the period of lioence fcho €#mpti#y will 
hut € &m monopoly a&d the mfo rights of %*pt#i%iag Hm 



g61 17 th December, 1962 Oral Answers to Questions : 

bamboo areas for manufacture of Pulp and Paper and allied 
products in the District of Adilabad, 

(4) During the period of licence the Company will 
have the sole right of exploiting the bamboo areas of the 
Garlapet and Kadamba blocks of the Distnc of Adilabad 
and of other blocks that might be leased to the Company 
from time to time under conditions hereinafter described 
and will make use of this bamboo for its own requirements 
and no extraction or exploitation of the leased reserves would 
be allowed to any other party for any purpose whatsoever 
except for the bonafides requirements of the residents of 
the locality m which case, the Range Officer-in-charge will 
issue a special permit giving copy of the same to the 
Company, 

(1) During the period of this licence and the lease 
of the bamboo areas the company will enjoy monopoly 
rights in the District of Adilabad provided that if circum- 
stances indicate the desirability ef starting a second pulp 
or paper factory at any place in the District of Adilabad, 
the Company will have the first refusal. 

(6) If experience shows that any particular leased 
areas from time to time are not able to yield sufficient bam- 
boo, in a convenient manner to meet the full requirements 
of the company, then, the Forest Department of H. E, EL 
the Nizam's Government will reserve other nearest and 
convenient bamboo growing areas for the exploitation of 
the factory in the same manner and under the same condi- 
tions as the leased blocks. 

(7) The Company shall abide by the rules prescribed 
By the Forest Department for felling bamboo in the areas 
worked by the Company and a copy of which rules will be 

jtvett to the Company, and m the event of the Company 
Mag found to carry on felling in a manner contrary to the 
rules referred to in the fore-gomg para, they will be held 
responsible for such action and their felling operations 
Stopped till such time as the rules are properly observed. 

(8) The felling rules will be subject to modification 
hf thfc Inspector-General of the Forest Department, in 
consultation and in agreement with the Faotory from time 
to time* 

(ft) A wp&by of 0. 3, R*> 3-8-4) per tot* of bamboo 
will h$ oli*p^d faring the first period of the lease on thd 



drat Answers to Questions: l?th December, 1062 #db 

weight of the bamboo as weighed on the Company's weigh- 
bridge to be installed at the Factory on its arrival from the 
forest and will be subject to a minimum of Rs. 25CO0/- per 
annum, except that the minimum guarantee will not apply 
during the first three 5 ears of actual operations of the 
Company, m which period charges will be levied on the 
basis of actual consumption only at the rate of 0: S. Rs.3-8-0 
per ton. 

(10) In the event of failure to obtain bamboo supply 
from any convenient adjoining areas due to flowering or any 
other reason and the Company having to import bamboo from 
outside the State, the minimum Royalty clause shall not 
apply and the Company will only be required to pay royalty 
on the actual quantities of bamboo extracted from the leased 
areas . 

(11) The Government will undertake to meet all cost 
of fire protection and operations in the leased blocks from 
time to time, but the Company will be required to meet all 
the costs of fire protection at its own stacks of bamboos, 
whether accumulated within the forest areas or at the site of 
the factory, and in this respect will agree to carry out any 
special instructions that might be issued by the Forest De- 
partment, from time to time, 

(12) The Government will meet the expenses of the 
extra staff needed by the Forest Department to supervise 
felling and weighing operations, but in years when the 
factory pays a revenue by way of royalty amounting to tesa 
than Rs, 40, 000/- the expenses on the exfcra staS amount- 
ing to not more than Rs. 2O0/~ per month will be divided 
and borne equally by the Company and the Government, 

(13) In the first instance, this license, given to *It« 
Company for the manufacture and sale of pulp and paper 
and ofcMr allied articles and the rights of exploiting bamboo 
areas as stated in this lease will cover a period of 30 yeat* 
reckoned from the date of actual commencement ®! the 
fegular norma! forking of the Factory and the licenee and 
lease will tfe reii^w^ie for further periods or like durations 
on which terms m $my be decided npon at the e*phfy $£ 
each period. * \ 

(14) The Company will &ot be exempted fm& wrg 
present or future taxes, 

{ 15) In the matter of compulsory acquisition of land* 
for bonafide purposes of the Company, the Government wlB 



pdj 17th December, 1962 Oral Answers to Questions: 

in each case, determine whether sufficient cause is made out 
and if so will apply the Land Acqmstion Act and acquire the 
lands and hand them over to the Company on payment of the 
amounts expended by the Government on such acquisition. 

(16) During the currency of this lease exemption will 
be given to the Company from customs on the import of all 
salts, chemicals, oils, lubricants and also fuel oils and Iupri- 
cating oils used on tram-ways, and on rags pulp and all other 
factorials that might be used m the process of paper and 
p»lp manufacture* 

(J 7) Kerosme, petorl and other oils used for motor 
vehicles for transport of goods, directly needed by the fact- 
ory, will be exempted from customs duty. 

(18) Building materials of ail kinds required by the 
Company will be exempted from import duty for a total 
period qf ? years to be calculated from the time the actual 
operations 3tait and this date will be duly notified by the 
Cojppgay to U, E. JEL the Njzam's Government in the Com- 
t#e#fi* $pd Industries Department, 

(19) Mb custom is levied at present by the Govern- 
wmit on export of manufactured goods but if any export 
duty on manufactured goods is levied by the Government 
i* yipw #f it* future policy then, the manufactured goods ot 
*he <2om$>apy will be Bubject to such a tax only after the 
<5»vQjr«M^Difc k* fully satisfied that there is a definite cause for 
4»ng po. 

(£0fy The Government agree as far as possible to 
fmreh&se all its requirements from the Company of a nature 
that fl&e manufactured by the Company and which the 
$W»S#aF & able ifi cater sit reasonable prices, 

(tl) The Government agree to give due consideration 
fa amy feasible proposal for water supply to the Factory, but 
f&tbe event of no feasible proposal being found the Company 
UPtll kave to make Its own arrangements 

j$?) His Edited Highness the Nizam's Qovernmen^t 
*rill h$m the right tQ determine this* licence and I^ape m the 
efvent ctf the Company going into liquidation otherwise than 
fot $m JWT*>ose of reconstruction or amalgamation or in the 
+ym% Wf the 3F*c*ory remaining out of action for any succes- 
sive period of 3 years or in the event -of tfre Company failing 
to ply i*a d*as ** bhe ^ormmm&nt <fo* a stKNsessiire period 



Oral Answers to Questions: nth December, i$6£ 96$ 

(23) The Company will be required to use O S. 
Currency in all its local transactions and in the matter of 
its shafe capital and dividends and bonuses and it will be 
incumbent on the Company to allot not less than 50 -per cent 
of its first issue of capital to the subjects of Eis Exalted 
Highness the Nizam. 

(24) In the event of any dispute or difference arising 
as regards interpretation or application of any of the 
aforesaid clauses the matter will be referred to the determi- 
nation of two Arbitrators one to be appointed by B\ E* IL 
the Nizam's Government and the other by the Company and 
if such Arbitrators fail to agree within 30 days then to an 
Umpire to be appointed by the two arbiorators and the 
decision of such arbitrators or Umpire shall be final and 
binding on EL E, EL the Njzam's Government and the Com- 
pany. And in the above clauses, the expression "Govern- 
me** M or " BL B. BL the Nizam's Government mea»s the 
Government of His Exalted Highness the Nizam of Hydera- 
bad and the expression " Company f * means the Sir pur 
Paper Mills Ltd,* to be Incorporated under the Hyderabad 
Companies Act or their successors or assigns* 

The Hyderabad Construction Company Limited, means 
the Company of that name incorporated txmier the Hydera- 
bad Companies Act with its Kegistered office at Hyderabad 
or their successors or assigns. 

Seal of H. E. H. the Nizam*s Government 

was hereunto affixed in the presence 

of: 

1. 

2. 

Sd/ AKBAR HYDERI 

President, 

HE.H. the Nizam's Executive CouncUL 

^ AS. &&&&$-&& s Table &>* "agtf &*&* date t&* & 
date * enter <ao»o£* a^Kw t 

& aff. tfottsa : 30 a. miort. «to« agreement ** 
d»g agreement «9o»6otooa. 80 ir aoiaoa. o , ©sS»sa&. 

M. L. A. V-7 (7) 



§6$ 17th December, 1962 



Oral Answers to Questions: 



Forest Lands in Guntur District 
729— 

* 925 (303^)Q.— Sri N. Venkataswamy {Parchur) :— 
Will the hon. Chief Minister be pleased to state : 

(a) the extent of forest lands in each taluk in Guntur 
district; and 

(b) whether there is any proposal with the Govern-, 
ment to deforest certain lands and alienate them to the 
landless poor ? 

Sri N. Sanjiva Reddy : 

(a) Answer is placed on the Table of the House. 

(b) The answer is in the negative. 

Answer placed on the Table of the House 

Statement showing the Area of Forests under the control of 

the Forest department in Guntur Revenue District. 



Name of 


Area finally 


Area notified 


Area not 


taluk. 


notified under 


under section 


notified 


i 




Section 16 of 


4 of the Act 


under a 


»ny Total 




the Andhra 


before final 


Section 






Pradesh 


notification. 


so far. 


*, * 




(Andhra Area) 










Forest Act 1882, 










(Acres) 


(Acres) 


(Acres) 


(Acres) 


Bapatla. 


11,590.00 


76.00 


59^00 


12,258.00 


Repalle, 


21,075.10 


— 


— 


21,075.10 


Ougole* 


3,500,00 


A, 


t,662.00 


8,162.00 


Guntur. 


3,659.50 


_. 


— 


3,659 50 


S&ttena- 










pa He. 


83,235.06 





— 


83,235.06 


P&Inad. 


1,85,763.33 





_ 


1,95,763.33 


Narasarao- 








p«fc. 


33,401.11 


<■■*««* 


— 


33,40141 


VhMikonda. 99,767.00 


850.00 


— 


1 ,00,617.60 


Total for 










the 










District, 


:*&jkuo 


926.00 i 


5,254.00 


4,58,171.10 



Oral Answers to Questions. 27 tk December, 2962 <&6 

^ «8. &. "SogS^ : & &tfg £?s5fc a^ops*^ 100 atfcpeo deforest 

Sn iV. Sanjiva Reddey : A separate question may 
be put. 

§ Q. No, 730 (• 1948) 

Grazing of Goats in Telangana Forests 
731— 

* 349 (1876) Q.— Sri K. Ranga Das : Wail the hon. 
Chief Minister be pleased to state : 

(a) whether the Government are aware of the fact 
that the forest offieiers are allowing the grazing of goats m 
the reserve forests in Telangana area inspite of the fact that 
the entering of gots into the Reserve Forests is prohibited 
and are collecting for their own use grazing fee in various 
ranges; 

(b) whether the hon. Minister does not consider it as 
an effective counter measure and a very promising source 
of additional revenue to the Government if the ordinary 
forests in various ranges are earmarked exclusively for the 
goats and a grazing fee is levied; and 

(c) if so, whether he proposes to take any stapfc in 
that direction ? 

St N. Smje&va Seddy : 

(a) The answer is in the negative. 

(b) The answer is in the negative. 

(c) In view of answer to clause (b) above, this question 
does not arisee, 

- Manal Forest in Karimnagar District 
732— 

* 1983 (2262-1) Q. Sri M Ramgopala Reddy : Will 
the hon* Chief Minister be pleased to state: 

(a) whether the Chief Conservator of Forests visited 
the Manal Forest in Jagtial taluk, Karimnagar district dur- 
ing his t#&n*e of office at all; and 



*****p^*ff"«*"*i"(*^" 



§ Not pat and not answered. Hence the question and 
answer are included in the proceedings at* the end of the 
question How. 



9<57 17th December, 1962 Oral Answers to Questionsi 

(b) if so, what are his findings about illegal felling of 
trees? 

Sri 2V. Sanjiva Reddy : 

(a) The answer is in the negative. 

(b) Does not arise. 

£&*£»<£>« 3So ©^SbS^a. forest ** S'oWa'o elates od e^eo. 
Important officers & forests coo^afjr 8 ^ aooS^s'jJsio es^sbjSNtfQ 
wa-fcar^sfc. ^s$2_"S important officers ass^S" 6 srtfotfso forests & 
&*<*> o>o S^jy re port o»%tf>a Ck ie f Minister n«83 y^o o»^o»? 

<!> **"• ^'S : ^° *» ** * *M Chief CwwetTator 
as^S. «s Chief Conservator &*&-& o-gJoaV^ ©o A fo^ areas 

&tte#o ^ov&. Conservators, District Officers *Xtf &&K&&. 
&o'rt&& Chief Conservator 6 tfeos&eo scrtf ob^kj^co. 

District Shelters 

733r- 

j o * ti 1 i?? 1 ? Q T S H' Brtakrishnaiah (SatyaveeM 
and Sri M. Pitchaiah : Will the hon. Chief Minister 2 
pleased to state : 

w if (a) ^ th \ numb / ro V D i 8tnctShelters ' r ^l>y^e Social 
Welfare Department m the Stat* ; «*<{ *k*iv leoatjoa ; and 

shelt A oSSST? ** ^""^ P TO P°* * <* e » — "»* 
Sri JV. Sanjiva Reddy : 

weuare department. They are located as follows : 

District Shelters for Men : 

Plan : Nerval : 

1. Eurnool 5> Nellor<) 

S. Mahboobnagar *. ifrteamaWd 



0ml Answers i& Questions: Jnh Deem&et, fyt& gg$ 

District Shelters for Womm i < . 

JL Vijayawada, 

3, Visakhapatnain. 
4* Sangareddy, 
$ as. 3&<&g : ^a *sg*s District Shelter Home *oi> 

S?rs* Ao*s>o&. r^ AepoS* 6k?^o». ^SK £g«r©& extend t!^a*S)S 

g, aff. £oi§£-3a : Q*y& 6%3-aJl 80C !al welfare «* tfa$ 
3&. *s> «B A «3e£©s* -ftgcp&l plan allotment $&* &$& ssJbmef 

run tf&S^tfWl'i c?o tfofir*4 s$tf£©5><53&d&o. 




* ^4 $, #», 734 [* 5#Q-A (2294H 

^rviy of l^ni in East Qedavgri 4f«wjr 

730** * 

* 64$ {247i} Q, - Sri Cfc MaUikhatjum ; Will #0 

bon« Cfnef Minister be pleased to slate : 



f * 



Whether the Government propose to gel $&# |§$4 
surveyed in the villager of Vothangi, Virann^raran^ $!•,* la 
the agency area of East Godavari District wlwa* tfewe it 
gxsat scape for raising eoflfee plantations ? 

t .* ,, t „ $re M.Smjim R$A4y : $0 Sir. 
a * '/gM? jr Sfewi $&ngfwm it Pttfamrm Tutui 




J * 199* (*«*-0) <& —Sri tmmti Viswanantham fM 
ly$rtTJ[R.$miW}', Will Hie lion. Chief Mrewfcer** 
pleased to state : 

f Not put and not answered In the House. Uenm 4&$ 
qn#*ti««i an# answer are mobbed m t&e proceedings al t&e 
end of %)m Qm%u>li Btour* 



g$Q 17th December, 1962 Oral Answers to Questions : 

(a) Whether the Government received a petition 
dated 1~ 5—1962 drawing their attention to misappropria- 
tion of funds m the Agency Seva Sangham in Kannapura^, 
Polavaram Taluk, West Godavan District ; and 

(b) if so, the action taken thereon ? 

Sri N. Sanjiva Reddy : 

(a) The Government did not receive the petition 
d^ted 1-5—1962. 

(b) Does not arise . 

(h a5. "S&cx^ : Representation a*£$S*os>c$sr^3§ e$£j-tf 
funds misappropriation 3&5&> [f^a^ aS^a. && £><Ba» skc^a 
n*6 ^&S oSo^oc?? sS"& check up ^codosfo* ? 

fy a5T* ?5oJoS"3S : «3& ^^cb. President, Secretary © 

&#g tfTFCQ&c?' frS^fca &Sd1b«$ &,£& Petition (snfoS^tfo , ao#os>"§ 

misappropriate *§&S5°& ^o&dkj^^ ^o^s»^ s?6§ a»o^<$to>"3&, 
*$&& &gai$«$ e,£&u*& "&&§*sStfo *2>yl truth a*© &&>-£??> 6^&> 




&£5&>£ &£& petition "Sto&sp^fe »0 ;&$>gs&oi&7?& 33><&*5^&« 
&£%.& public funds, r?o$ d^tfaras&o© &*cf c?*r& 2400 tfr»>c&cD 
srd§ &frpo». Public contribution Library 2 sfcjSya, &6^eo, 

President & &o& ^ S*&r»&$503r fcfcro s»DD handover tScft&oix 

ill* * '^l*_i ^ «* flu ~ ^ 

^ ^. sSo^*5& f j "a»2j& s*tf^^ Wj-tf s5fi^oa»o"4. Ksss^ 

"3*q*3> &af*3>g grant os&^o^a e$a a^&<?& «*£> KsJtf^'aaoto grant 
<&>&£&&. * ftp £fa>^ «&fo ^ question arise s»ab. rc*o£ 3-^tftf 

m^ ^?P> ~* originally it is wrong *$$&&. tf. 5DD rro61Ss5^ 
^^t^#t^©^p^. ,Toour knowledge ha is * petition^ monger 

,~ Tax from Horse-Races ^ 

'*^7%4 3b£:'&j4«rffe: Will tkA hen. 








Oral Answers to Questions : 1/th December, 1&&2 $ffr 

(a) the amount of betting tax collected from mansoon 
horse-races this year, 1962 ; 

(b) what was the income during the year 1961 ; and 

(c) what is tha entertainment tax collected for 
1961-62? 

Sri K* Brahmananda Reddy : 

(a) Rs. 1,83,511=07 nP. 

(b) Rs. 1,38,483=35 nP. 

(c) Rs, 22,524 =90 nP. {This amount represents the 
entertainment tax collected on the payments for admission to 
the Race Course)* 

Sri P Narasa Reddy ; May I know, Sir, whether 
the Government would consider the proposal of banning 
races in the State ? 

Sri K. Brahmananda Reddy : No, Sir. 

Sri 7\ K R. Sarma : May I know, Sir, whether the 
Government are considering the proposal of increasing the 
existing tax ? 

Sri K Brahmananda Reddy : No, Sir. 

Srt T. V. S. Chalapathi Rao : May I know, Sir, the 
reason why the Government does not propose abolition of 
races, as it was once thought immediately after the advent 
of freedom ? 

Srt K* Brahmananda Reddy : The Government do not 
propose, Sir. 

Tax on Hotel-Keepers 
738— 

* 1943 Q.—Sri P. Rajagopalanaidu {Put by Ramachan- 
dro Rao Despande] : Will the hon. Minister for Finance & 
Co-operation be pleased to state : 

(a) whether the Government is assessing the accounts 
of the hotel keepers both for the purchase of rice, ghee 
etc , and also on the sales turnover of food stuffs ; and 

(b) if so, the reasons for not exempting the purchase 
of rice, ghee etc*, from the assessment ? 

Sri K. Brahmananda Reddy : (a) and (b) : Paddy and 
nee are liable to tax at the point of first purchase in the 
State. Ghee is liable to tax at the pomt of purchase by 
the last dealer who buys in the State. Hotel keepers will 



$fl ink DeGemher 9 1962 Oral Answers to Questions: 

accordingly be liable to tax on their purchase of rice, or ghee, 
if they are the first purchasers of rice or are the last buyers 
of ghee. Sale of food stuffs is entirely a different transaction 
of different goods and they are liable to tax on their sales 
ttinmw of food stuffs. 

Marathi Medium in Narayankhed Taluk 

739— 

* 336 (1818) Q.— Sri Ramachandia Rao Desphande ;- 
Will the hon* Minister for Education be pleased to state : 

(a) whether steps were taken to provide education 
though the medium of Marathi to the children speaking 
Marathi language in about more than 20 villages of Narayan- 
fchtatiL taluk, Medak District; and 

(b) xf not, the reasons for the delay ? 

Sri M. R. Appa Rao : 

(a) Steps were taken to provide education through 
the medium of Marathi to the children speaking Marathi 
language wherever there is adequate strength of Marathi 
children. 

(b) Does not arise. 

Sri Ratnachandra Rao Deshpande : Will steps be taken 
%% foifyafc ^y the <end of the current year, Sir ? 

Sri M. JR. Appa Rao • I will read the anstfter. It is 
not fc>q long, 

There are 28 villages in Narayankhed taluk where tfaere 
is Marathi population and its jjercen^ge ranges from 3 to 
35% as per the census of 1951 But it is reported that as pe* 
fchq reeeqt census of 1&61 ihe total Marathi-speakmg popula- 
te te tfae fcaftik eomes to Ottly «% and the % Kannsda-speak- 
iiifr Wjtomfcion 2& $er cent. Out of the 28 villages in the 
talak where there are Mar&thi-speaking people, the follow- 
Iftg ftMr fcfe&Hjfe **e protidfed *fofe primkty schools run 
**lti«**8ty Ihrcmgfc Mjarathi medium. They are 

Primary School. Wangdal ) Single-teacher 
* &m*s#jr Sdhaol, Wfesa* ) Schools, 



Primafy School, Patpally ) 



Double-teacher 
schools 




%> ofcfear W$m$X$ ^tJloo^ ^her^ver adequate number of 



Oral Answers to Questions** 17th December, Jp 2 g7z 

are appointed and instructions have been given to those 
schools by the authorities of the Panchayat Satmthis to 
teach the children in the Marathi language, if the Marathi 
children show a desire to be taught in that language There 
are no secondary schools which are run exclusively in 
Marathi medium m Narayankhad taluk* 

Srt Ramachandra Rao Deshpapide: According t3 the 
6. O. of 1962, a policy has been laid down that all the exist- 
ing schools that were from 1956 would be retained with the 
respective media of the minority languages. So, would the 
schools m Narayankhed taluk be allowed to have Marathi 
medium ? 

SriM* R* Appa Rao : If a patition is sent and if the 
strength of children warrants it, the Government wll consi- 
der it. 

Entrance Examinations in Nellore District 

740— 

* 535 (2250) Q.-Sri G C> Kondaiah (Nellore) : Will 
the hon. Minister for Education be pleased to state : 

Whether it is a fact that the entrance examinations 
are bemg conducted during summer holidays in Municipal 
High Schools m Nellore town, without allowing holidays to 
the teachers ? 

Srt Af. R, Appa Rao : 

No Sir, The entrance examinations are not being 
oonductecfactnally during the summer holidays in the Munici- 
pal High Schools in Nellore Town and they are being conduc 
ted only just a few days before the opening of the schools 
after summer vacation to facilitate the valuation of answer 
scripts of the condidates and finalise the admissions by th< 
re-opening day. 

*?e»i*& $*&o& s&>o&?r o3j» D#on» *!$»&. Private admissio 
eo^ #gb*r£ examination *2>*3 join 3&&o6j*&* J8 — 8 — 62 

£*«*«» sSr^lb s3s*&. 

M, L. A- V-7 (8) 



973 nth December, 1962 Oral Answers to Questions} 

Special Pay and Salaries to Teachers in Agency Areas 
741— 

* 552 (2296) Q,~ Sri A. Ldkshmiah Naidu and Sri 
Ck< Malhkarjuna : Will the hon. Minister for Education 
be pleased to state : 

(a) the reasons for the non-payment of the arrears 
of the salary for the period since I— 11 — 58 ctue to the 
teachers working in the aided elementary schools, in the 
Bhadragiri Agency of Srikakulam district ; 

(b) the reasons for not taking any action so far on 
the representations made to the Director of Public Instruction 
in this regard ? 

(q; wither tb<$ order Nc* Edn. Boo, No, 38 (3) (1) 
(PF/G0), dated 16-12-60 issued by the Director of Puttw 
Instruction specified that the teacher s t working in aided 
elementary* s&hdols of tM Itoyyalagudem Seconiarj? Agency, 
West Oodavari District are eligible to receive 50% of the 
Basic pay as Special Pay ; and 

(d) whether the said orders are made applicable in 
tha e&se of t&achets of the Bhadragiri Agency area also which 
comes under 1-Classt 

Sri. M. R. Appa Rno : 

(a) The question of revising the so^le&of pay of the 
agency school teachers on par with the other Government 
school ^achats allowing them £h$ benefit of special pay of 
the unhealthy locality all6wa&oe was under consideration df 
€Wisrsiiimtent, Therefore the pay of such teachers coulcf nob 
ferenrkefl from i— li-~58. Bhadragiri also fails wit&W 
tm Jkmum ares, 

Orders have since been issued to revise ths pay qcak 
^ tfa ft&eg^p^teapjpra in &§epy a?&3£ wlt\ reference 
m tktt reSomrfelxdations of the pay Committee." ' * 

(b) Does not arise in vie^y of r^ly to (a) aboyfu 

(c) No. Sir. 

While the .Question of applicability of the orders 
giving tfee §^|§*l*@@foe*t i n t%e Twsicpiylrf 't&estfteiE&giff 

»&<re been received su Mm Director'e Office. t*5 stltemettts 
were passed allowing the *g($ HmM*m< B^twifet^as^lol 






t j -\ 



Oral Answers to Questions : ink Becembet, i$$2 #1 



m order the records are bemg called for from th$ District 
Educational Officer concerned to revise these statements. 

(d) No, Sir. 

Since Bhadragm is also in Agency area no such bene- 
fit will be given to the teachers in that area as explained in 
(c) above. 

(I) 3»£o*o n*£r>vg^<&£ : 1358 &o& Consideration &* &^ 

(t) »*a^»o fi*fr°©^4d&g : sjo|51fco&> !9i>8 &o& o»s5gtr&3 ySdfc 
(^ c&o. «5\ *5d^o*& : "£>£&>£$ 55e*5T ^3*tfo |^«a^o as3^e5&o& 

Government College, Karmnagar 
742— 

* 633 (2445) Q.— flr* K. Govinda Rao : Will the 
hon. Minister for Education be pleased to state : 

(a) whether the staff working in the S. R* E. Govern- 
ment Arts and Science College, Kariuanagar has been 
absorbed iriid Gbveritmefit Set vice ; 

(b)* if so, when ; 

(c) whether Ml service {under the previous private 
nq^Bagemeot) of the employees is bemg considered in the 
matter of weightage in SBR Government Arts College, 
Karimnagar ; and 

(d) if not, why not ? 

Sri M. R. Appa Rao : 

(a) No, Sir. 

(b) Does not arise. 

(c) No, Sir, 

(d) Aeeos&img to n&es* persons w&o were formerly 
employed in a private college and who are absorbad into 
Qopfgnm&nt, iSi^vice consequent on the transferjof the manage- 
ment io6bve3ram«Bt shall be eligible to count for seniority in 



g?5 17th December, ig62 Oral Answers to Questions: 

the grade or category of the service Into, which they axe absor- 
bed, one half of their service in the corresponding grade or 
category in the said college when it was under private mana- 
gement The staff of the Government Arts and Science College, 
Kanranagar, on absorption into Government service will not, 
therefore, be eligible for full weightage in the Government 
service for the service rendered by them under the private 
management* 

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Separation of Secondary and Elementary 

Education Sections 
743— 

* 928 Q.— Sri K. Guruswamyreddy (Kanigiri) : \Vill 
the hon. Minister for Education be pleased to state ; 

(a) whether any proposal is under consideration of 
the Government to separate fche'Secondary and Elementary 
sections of the Educational set up of the State and appoint 
separate District Educational Officers for each ; and 

(b) if so, when f 

Sri M, R> Appa Rao ; 

(a) Yes, Sir. 

(b) The proposal is not likely to be sanctioned now 
in view of the economy to be observed under the National 
em$rgei!a$\ 

^i&dyi D&zlmr m Kamgm Hospital 

•m^Hfa&&# m j wa M* r &li*. Will the hota.' v 
Minister for Heallti fe Medical be pleased to state : "> ' " 



Oral Answers to Questions : Jrth Decemb$r t &&2 976 

fa) whether it is a fact that there is no lady, doctor 
in the Government Hospital at Kanigin, Nellore District for 
the last some months; and 

(b) if so, the reasons therefor ? 

Sri Y* Sivarama Prasad : 

(a) The answer is m the affirmative. 

(b) The Lady Medical Officer last posted there did 
not join duty. Subsequently another Lady doctor. 
Dr. (Kuman) Nagavema was posted on 29 — li — 62, 

Requirements of Qualified Doctors 
745— 

* 1017 Q.-Sn P. Rajagopat Naidu {Put by Sri Rama- 
chandra Rao Deshpande) : Will the hon* Minister for Health 
and Medical be pleased to state : 

the number of qualified doctors required in all the 
hospitals put together in the State, with special reference to 
Chittoor District ? 

Sri Y> Stvarama Prasad : 

The number of qualified doctors required im the entire 
State is 281. There are 1 3 posts of Medical Officers vacant 
in Chittoor District 

Local Fund Hospital Prathipadu 
74$- 

* 1063 Q,— Sri M. Veera Ragkam Urn {Put by 5r* 
T. K R* Sarma}\ Will the hoxu Minister for Health & 
Medical be pleased to state : 

(a) whether the Government are in receipt of a letter 
dated 17th July, 19fi2 from Sri M. Veera Raghava Ra^ 
M, L, A., Prathipadu constituency regarding the GOTerm- 
ment to take over the Local Fund Hospital of Prathipadu in 
East Godavari District ; and 

(b) if so, the action taken thereon ? 

Sri YSSivarama Prasad: 

(a) The answer is in the affirmative. 

{b) Owing to the iacjc of provision in the Third Fife 
Year Plan the request could not be accepted. 



§7f ifth December, 1962 Oral Answers to Questions x 

§ Q No. 747 (* 1083) 

Regional Medical College, Warangal 
748— 

* 1956 (1823-1) Q.— Sri Md. Kamluddin iChertal) 
Ahmed and Srt A* Venkateswata Rao : Will the hem. 
Minister for Health & Medical be pleased to state! : 

* (a| arfaether the Government h&ve received the resolu- 
tion of the General Body of Zilla Parishad, Warangal reques- 
ting to take over the complete management of Regional 
Medical College, Warangal from the current academic year ; 
and 






(b) if so, the Government's action m this regard ? 

i(t , *$r* iY- Simmnia Prasad : 

(a) The answer is in the kffitinative, 

* *$>) f %ht&i$ no proyisioto iti State 3rd Five Y#ar Plan 
m m^Ui 6^«r the management of the Regional Mfedietl 
College by Government. 

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*3«3<1903) &— S^i Fa^/ofa GofalakrisHnayya : 
Witt f&e boo. Minister for Htalth & Medical be* pleased to 

Us* 8*1 WMl bo* imswered in the House, Hence the 



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Oral Answers to Questions : 17th Decmfan 1962 #$$ 

(a) the stage at which the opening of the l*epper 
Centre constructed on the Amaravati Road at Quntnr stands; 
and 

(b) the reasons for delay ? 

Sri Y. Sivarama Prasad : 

(a) There is no Leprosy Hospital at Amaravati Road, 
Guntur. 

(b) Does not arise. 

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Pravtfent Fund to Rural Medical Praciiomrs 
750— 

* 3U0 Q ; — Sni P, Ven&ata Redp iUday^girii ; Witf 
the hoti minister for Health So Medical be pleased to state '- 

whether there is any ^roposifcl ^fch th% O^vejyn^ftt 
to provide Provident Fand facilities to the Rural Medteal 
Br&ct^tioners working ia Rural 0i^ens«ri^i ? 

Sri Y, Sivarama Prasad : The answer is in v Urn 



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9$9 17th December, I962 Oral Answers to Questions : 

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Doctors in Local Fund Ayurvedic Regular Dispensaries 

751— 

* 2141 Q — Sri P. Venkata Reddy : Will the hon. 
Minister for Health & Medical be pleased to state : 

whether the Government propose to make *B' Class 
Medical Practitioners working in the Local Fund Ayurvedic 
Regular Dispensaries permanent m their posts ? 

Srt Y. Sivarama Prasad : The [answer is m the 
negative* 

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Oral Answers to Question* : 17th December, lg&2 g£6 

Lep per Hospital and S* F. P^or Haass af Akkaravupeta' 

Ttrupati 
752— 

* 785 ( 2574 ) Q.— Sri favilala Gopalakrishnayya : 
Will the hotu Minister for Health & Medical be pleased 
to state : 

(a) - whether the Government received a memorandum 
sent by the patients Union with 150 signatures to the 
Government, Leprosy Hospital and S f V. Poor House, Akka 
ravupeta, Tirupathi, dated 3G-3~19$2 ; and 

(b) if so, what is the action taken so far ? 

Sri yi Sivarama Prasad : 

(a) Yes, Sir. 

(b) Action has been taken on all the items (axeept 
fche starting of an Orthopedic Surgery Ceatre ) to tke extent 
possible. 

Sri Y, Sivarama Prasad : 

1. Proper medical treatment; 

2. Improvement to conditions m the hospital; 

3. Starting of rehabilitation centre; 

4. Starting of Orthopedic Surgery Centre; 

5. Immediate posting of a doctor; 
These are some of the complaints. 

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$1 nth December, 1962 Oral Answers to Question^ 

Consumption and supply of Coal 

753 

* 1583 (1658) Q — Sri G. Bapanaiah [Put by Sr 
V. Visweswara Rao] : Will the hen* Minister for Industrie* 
be pleased to state : 

the consumption of coal by all types of Industries in 
Andhra Pradesh per month and the amount of coal being 
supplied to tfrem ? 

Sri M. N. Lakshminarasayya : 

During 19ol the requirements for consumption of 
cc*al by all Industries ^fyich ar^ ^ortie on the State list was 
2141 wagons per nxontb and the quantity of th^e cq^I supplied 
was 1761 wagon per month. 

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tfjjo #tf&5. erg^ 3off* a,d*i5ff £*&r» 2,030 ■firtS^'BiW 3r&« 

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Oral Answers to Que$libn$x frth $$6$BdSK 

Magnetite iron ore in Gutitur District 

* 1727 (2436) Q.— Sri J.L. K Chmdati : Will *he 
hoiL Minister for Industries be pleased to state : 

(a) whetbefr it is a fact that Magnetite Iron are is 
available in (I) Konjeda (i) Ongole (3) fernimitta 
f4) Tamraaram (5) Sigatakonda (6)VemperalA (7) Manifceawa- 
ram of Ongole taluq* Quntur district ; 

(b) if ss* whether any survey was eondueted ; and 

(c) whether it is also a fact that sulphur is available 
in the Boggulukonda area in Kommalapadu of Narsaraopefc 
taluq, Quntur district ; 

Sri ffl. ]V. haUhml %ard$&$ya i 
(a) Yfes, Sit. 
\h) YSsSlr, 
(c) No, Sir 

Dt$mn& Deposits 
765— 

* ldi3 Q,™ iSri 5* Vimyja t Will the hon, ttiofsiet 
for Industrie! be flatted to sflht* : 

(a) whether survey for diamond dfpd'sitfc will bfe takten 
u# this yeafr In AndhH* Pr&d&il* ; and 

(b) the places where the diamond deposits 4#fe *$&$- 
labie *> far vol the Sfeata ? 

Sri M. N* Lakshminarasayya : 

(a) Yes, Sir. 

' * : Vii ¥Sfe ^iay<ynd deposits toe said to tea kVailable in 
BanaganapalH WA Hamfcttafco^ of Kurn&A dWtricta; Wajra- 



983 27lh December r 1962 Oral Answers to Questions'* 

karur of Anantapur district; Paritala and Kollur of Krishna 
district. 

s»0 1963-64 Sotftf^tfoS* tf^Sbocr frfcfio&pSibB &;SS)3^&. 

^ 3. aijj^^CPSj) : ^s&tfgcS sSS&poS* c^&ofiT^ £Pd5*dfc£> io$#> 

(S) £o. a ST. ©&£<StfcSd&g : tf^oo^atp, tpfcap^aiPTrO dS^Go 



« 

Sri I\ if. R* Sarma : What steps are being taken to 
prospect these deposits t 

Sri M. N. Lakshminarsayya : The Geological Survey 
of India Andhra, Pradesh Circle, Hyderabad, proposes to 
take up the investigation of Diamond belts in Kurnool, 
Ano ntapnr and Krishna Districts, during the year 1962-63. 

(*j "8. aff. S5^5>o^«o»^ : /deo&) iT> #rtj*3o tftftf tfSff'&feS' 8 

Drinking Water Wells in Rajampet 

756 — 

* 823 Q.— SriK. Marareddy : Will the hon* Minister 
for Municipal Administration be pleased to state: 



Oral Answers to Questions • 17 ih December \ Jg62 g$4 

(a) the number of villages including Harijanawada 
Rajainpet non-block area, Cuddapah District, which are not 
having drinking water wells ; 

(b) the funds allotted this year (1962-83) to the above 
non-block area for providing drinking water wells ; and 

(c) the number of wells taken up during the year 
1961-62 and the number of them completed in time? 

Sri A* Verikataramayya : 

(a) 18. 

(b) A sum of Rs, 2,000/- has been provided for provi- 
ding one well for the benefit of scheduled castes. Action is 
being taken to prepare a priorty list of well works under the 
Local Development Works Programme. 

(c) 11 well works have been taken np in 1961-62, 
None of them have been completed. 

^e. &tfao^&:(a;%e&&f&, ra^a<^©#*. funds lapse *>tf£o 

r&^ «§ere£* funds sn^ SsS^tfo ©Cfcrksk^a. "&o^&o» Ktftf^&oSa 

S>5-s&> uSsptfo jo$a &*&$*& drinking wells aoaroa s^tfesr^ife. o»B 
itfytfo district wise ^ aaj,u$« ^sSStfap statistics gather 3fc* 
cpft^rtfo full grant «$y$$* ^l¥^tf^o» t 

Paleru water to Kanigtri 

157— 

* 910 Q.— Sri #• Guruswamyreddy : Will the hon. 
Minister for Municipal Administration be pleased to state : 

* fa) whether it is a fact that the water from Palerc 
has been sent for test to supply drinking water througl 
pipes to Kanigiri town in Neliore district ; 

(b) if so, the results' thereof ; and 

(ej when the said scheme will be taken np ? 



$$ Bih tiMBUr, 1962 Oral Answers to (Zuehm ? 

•r 

Sri A* Venkatara*Hay$a : 

(a) & (b) While investigatirig , a water supply scheme 
for Kanigiri, water samples from 9 bores put down in the 
Bfrftft P&ferti wfete meni tot cHfeinical ^aatminition. k All the 
sample Indicated floiiride fcotitetit in excess bi pehnisaijbiie 
lypts. Instrtfctipns bave been issued to Executnte Engineer, 
(Investigeti^ns & Designs Kakinada to put in some niote 
(probings) at a different site andtoget the water samples 
analysed. The investigation is iK pogtfesS. 

(c) After the investigation is completed the c^stion 
of s^et^anmg £he scheme will be considered on the basis 
ottlte results of thevchemical examination of Water and with 
reference to the avaijabmty of funds, 

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£mS$*o <»;&«& ssdlir 34c&o $9ar£o:fo&&. 

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1436 Q — Sri P. Rajagffpitf Naidu fPkt bjf Sri 
Mmaeha*dra Rao Deshpande) : Will tne bon. Minister for 
Religious & Chariiabte Endowments be pleased to state : 

- * ^») « he n H IB ^> er of temples in Chittoor district under* 

V^JlflSsH&H 11 . of fte'»g»«i* Endowments department 
darnjtiWl-62 ? ihd 




W*®JTO* I s contemplating U take 



„. < a > c ?*«» f «• ^m^V i9lltat%as 4 ia &ittoor 
district un c d*« tU\«MI)laVur « '«»i«l.«ii t . •; » 



Oral Answers to Questions : l7t h December, t$$2 $$$ 

(b) If new temples are brought to the notice of the 
Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowments (A) Depart- 
ment arrangements will be made for proper administration 
of the temples as per the provisions of the Hindu Religious 
and Charitable Endowments Act, 1951. 

Donations to Temples in Adilabad District 

* 1217 (1952) Q.-Sri Vithal Rao {Adilabad) : Will 
the hon. Minister for Religious & Chariable Endowments 
be pleased to state : 

(a) whether it is a fact that the former Minister for 
Endowments (Sri K* Chandramouli) had declared a Govern- 
ment grant of Rs 2010/- (Rupees two thousand) each to tKe 
following shrines in Adilabad Dist M during his tour in 

1,960-61; 

(1) Saras wathi temple, Basar {^ludftole talpJk) 

(2) Narayan Swami temple, Jain£$ (Adilabad 
taluk) 

(3) Gopal Krishna Math (Adilabad) 

(1) Venkateswara Mandir, Nirmal ; and 

(b) if so, uhen the grants would be sanctioned ? 

StnU T. N. Sadalakshmi - 

(£) The former Minister for Endowments had declared 
donation to the following shrines alone to the extent shown 
against the^n : f 

(1) Sarasvathi temple, Basar Rs. 2500/ — 

(2) GopalakrishnaMath, Adilabid Us, 200©/— 

(3) Venkateswara Swamy temple, Nirmal 
Rs, 2500/-- 

(b) The grants were sanctioned on 26-9-1962, 

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$&7 hth December, 19& Short tfotice Question 

and Answer st 

A\&6 tf. 3*5*. tfo-oi^ ' F>$gS «5o»j6a ; It is already 
sanctioned, 

Sri Vittal Rao : I am asking regarding Gopalakrishna 
Math which is in Adilabad district. The question is whether 
the Government propose to give any grant to that Math ? 

Smt T. N. Sadaldkshmi : I have already replied that 
question. 

Small Savings Collection in Adilabad District 

760— 

* 2018 (2667-E) Q>— Sri Vittal Rao : Will the hon, 
Minister for Religious & Charitable Endowments be pleased 
to state : 

(a) whether it is a fact that some amount from 
cultivators of Adilaabad Taluq and District was collected m 
1958-59 towards the 'Small Savings' ; 

(b) whether it is also a fact that certificates to that 
effect were not issued to them so far ; and (c) if so, the 
reasons therefor ? 

Smt . T. N. Sadalakshmi : 

v a) Yes, Sir. 

(b) Yes, Sir.fCertificates have not been issued to some 
of ti*9 investors* 

(c) Out of an amount of Rs. 1,19,934 secured in 
Acblabed Taluq through Village Officers, during the year 
1958, certificates for Rs* 33,410 were purchased in the names 
of the Sarpanches of the Villages instead of in the name of 
the actual investors* An amount of Rs. 2, £65 was allegedly 
misappropriated by one of the National Savings agents. 
Action to recover the misappropriated amount, as well as for 
setting right the irregularities committed, is being taken by 
the Collector, Adilabad* 

Short Notice Question and Answers 

Pa$»mf&f Ammtf, to the Lands Acquired for Korukonda 

Saink School. 



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All* ' ■## 



S. N. Q JJ«*. PgHjfrr Sri X. 4PPda Natdu {Revidi) : 
Will the hon, MkueU* p»r Bfeveftae be pleased to state • 



Short Notice Question t?th December, tg$2 ' #$£ 

and Answers: 

(a) whether it is a fact that the Government have 
acquired land it\ Korukonda etc., villages in Bhimilipatnam 
taluk of Visakhapatnam district for the purpose of Samik 
School at Korukonda ; 

(b) what is the total extent thus acquired and when ; 

(c) whether the payment in respect of the acquired 
*ands is made to the concerned persons by now ; 

(d) if not, the reasons therefor ; and 

(e) whether the Government would take steps to 
expedite such payment ? 

The Minister for Revenue (Sri N* Ramackandra 
Reddy) i 

(a) & (b) The Government have initiated land acquisi* 
tion proceedings in respect of 191 acres approximately in 
Korukonda village and they are not completed. 

(c) As the possession of the land has not yet been 
taken over by the Government* the question of payment of 
compensation to the parties does not arise* 

(d) & (e) Do not arise. 

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M.L. A.V-7(U') 



g&g 17th December, )962 Short Notice Qutstton 

and Answers: 

Mr. Speaker : For the information of the hon. 
members I may say that in this sitting 760 questions havt 
been answered, Inspite of my best efforts there are still 
680 questions to be answered Out of these 680 questions, 
answers for 400 questions are still pending with the Depart- 
ments. For 280 questions, answeres have been received m 
the Legislature Secretariat. All those answers will be laid 
on the table of the House before 1-30 p m. today for the 
information of the hon* members. 

So far as the questions which have been answered in 
the House a»e concerned, much against my own will very 
reluctantly 1 had to exceed the question bour* 1 could not 
avoid it* I hope in future particularly in the next session, 
as in 4h# p&st, we will be able to take up only 20 questions 
per day and I will be able to allow all supplementaries, 
I am sore the hon. member^ would have realised my difficulty 
and even in certain cases, if I had not been in a position 
to allow suplementaries I am sure they will not tbmk othe$* 
wise. 

If any of the hon. members have any suggestions ta 
make I will certainly considex theft*. 

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iff, tfpetfker s Let the hon. Minister for HeaTfefe be 
pleased to bear the suggestion $& intent hi fotun. 

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Short N$tw$ Question Itth Peember, j&& 0) 

and Answers: 

37i a£<re» &&>§" s sS©&«$ar? proposals &oib g&sSS reconsideration 

3&<5 #&a^ 191 a$£&>to 35&"*efc&& 371 otfsso^tfD £3£& proposals 

lbfcr»&* "a»tffc> o»&^«S notification & de-notify 3& 181 ^sSStf&oa 

tfa e &#&}?? 5^&. s*a declaration oaos* £•&&. Under Section 

6 a declaration has to be made by the Collector and the 
proposals have not yet been received by the Government, 

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•a>Sa. s^5g9tte3& 0s3o?? ^5>soo s$g:$a*d&o ^s»oo* e*;&^t> lease 
amount a»s>^^cp ? 



igl 17th December, 1962 Short Notice Question 

and Answers: 

^ &* t*. *3o£^: Eviction notice sP^ &oib ^d&o{j 
lease iSotf tfso^oco^a* ? 

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isSd&tfgjO t§3*a* ? $*£&«$ o 3&§*sSq& ;SvJ£<$sSyfib ^s^d&oO "&tf$o5*S 
1!5&>§"*S$5* not'fv ^& S\siorp3!A ooptftf^&S o»©\a6 tfcotfSooa* 

Sri N. RamachandraReddy : If any action has been 
taken by the local officials against the rules, certainly that 
will be enquired into. If the hon. n ember writes to me as to 
why obstruction has been created without the acquisition 
proposals and without giving any notice* that will be looked 
into, 

&o&p&£f proposal &o&, &£&;S5 191 ^£o*«> 6%>&o&r>5&ft> eo&x>Kj»^&« 

SS0&& **<&S3g&&. Objections do*!) *§eDS|r , otf$> £**?& e*S<£3>&o&. 
g&s># Objections &o"& sSo&o&^oSsS esS«Stfo ts &o& &o$»o6» 
A "3. ft*S)o&0*s& ? &*e>A£ S&^ftSbrs* «*$£•& itf3 sp obstruc- 

«ff*&><3& &Ao'&£sSsrd £orta r*o^o «tf*ooa Gash amount & fix 

— * 

^ 45*. o*sfeiS0|cy^a : & provisions o»fi^ *$£*&* l^^,S 
^gStfJ*^** pj^f tsioti <**) lease amount o»tf s *Fa6 &e>o«»o& 



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(I) i. fi*£otia>& : Section 35 of the Latid Acquisition Act 

Sri N* Ramadhandra Reddi : The amount has to be 
provided* 

(is &, (§)0»&&p 5 : "2>^ &»jp«» e&Stfo e*&&D &Vrto"2*4j "3q& 

(t) a«ST, a*&tfo|c? , 3& ; sjs^o£> Mfc^&, r'otfs^oo ;$&&oa t 0**5 
Sf§3& «r5cldSr©. ^§^^0 <s^& i§S&$oX> &o*so6. 3*£Sf§;&& 
«[«&•■& **°3>«$ 3&3*# ■SSiS" 6 i§o^ &To£& s»&3<s£s$©& Ao&aod, foS 

gbotr 6otfa»S§ o»»^o& <&&:#* «S$$©;5 c^a* 2 

Oral Answers to Questions 

OM Storage Vans for Carrying Fish by Rati 
488 — 

• 280 (16/7) %-*SriMohd. Ismail : Will the hoo. 
the Chief Minister be pleased to state : 

whether the Government of India (Ministry of Rail- 
ways) accepted the proposal to run the cold storage vans fur 
carrying fish attached to the Calcutta-Madras Mail and alto 
to Janata express, 

Government of India have not so far agreed to this 
proposal. The matter is still under correspondence with the 
Government of India, 

Hospital Building at Kohir 
508—* 

* 176 (U 12) Q.— Sri M. Baga Reddy t Will the hon 
Minister for Jffealth and Medical be pleased to state. 

(a) whether the Government propose to construct a 
Hospital building at Kohir, Medak district ; and 



003 17th December, i%2 Oral Answers to Questions : 

(b) whether the Government included the proposal 
in the Budget for 1962-63 ? 

(a) Yes, next year, subject to the availability of 
fa&di* 

(b) No, Sit, 

Retrenchment in Narayanaguda Preventive 

Medicine tnstiutute 

* 443 (2673) Q.~ Sri G. Sanjiva Reddy : Will the both 
Minister for Health and Medical be pleased to state : 

{&)- , whether it is a fact that 85 workmen in the 
In**i*pfce^f Preventive Medicine, Narayanagftda, Hydera* 
bad^lvere retrenched from service recently on the grounds of 
abolition of certain health schemes ; 

* * (&) Whether it is also a fast that some of the 
retrenched employees were subsequently reinstated; and 

(c) if so, tli# raasaas fo* not ^instating all the other 
workers f 

4#) Only 2$ temporary €M&£loyeeB of the Institute 
of Preventive Medicine, Narayanaguda were ousted as theif 
services were not required. 

(jb) Yes* Fourteen of the retrenched employees wwi?# 
w^efn^ntly appointed m ih§ Office of the Ohief District 
M#dical Officer or Health, Hyderabad 

^ (t>) The remaining retrenched employees could aoi 
he reinstated as there were no v&canoiea. 

Leasing of Forest lands in Krishna District 

* 1948 (109Mt) Q.~* Sti G. tmtetteswarlu : Will 
tfe» fecwu Obief Minister be pleased to state : - % ^ 





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Or at Answers to Questions : tith Dec#mh&r, 

year 1962-63, mspite of the fact ikat tim aa»4 \md Im# be«a 
given on taase for the last ten years ? 

Orders have been issued by Government recently, 
continuing lease for 1962-63 only on condition that they 
should given an undertaking that they should hand o?er the 
lands to the Forest Department at the end of 1962-63 of tint 
forest lands in all these villages, except Kona &anehi f in 
respect of which no lease was granted during the previous 
faslL 

Roads in Bhadragiri Agency 

* 550-A (2294) Q— Sri A. Lakskmiah Naidut Will 
the hon. Chief Minister be pleased to state ; 

the reaaon why the present mad road bftwwn Iridi 
and Thadikonda in the Bhadragiri Agency area of Sxikaku- 
lam District has not been metalled and converted into Pacc# 
road iaepte of th& Isct thai the ageaey tribal advisory owa- 
Miifcfcoa has sanctioned the s&m* and it h also us©f el tm the 
taraii&part of ifab Article stocked in the gcwkwra *oneferaote4 
% She Fraano* Corporation at Taditoada f 



The work could not be taken up due to paucity &f 
funds* 

Central Pool for Medical Services 

747— 

* m$ Q,— Sri K. Rajmallu : Will the hoa. Mniiato* 
for Health & Medical be plased to state : 

whether the Government favoured the Croatian o# 
Central Bool for Medical Services as proposed by the GJowre* 

ment of India ? 

» 

(m) The matter is still under consideration of tkm 
GoverruB**rt of Andhra Pradesh. 






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Questions and Answers placed on the Table of the House. 

Departmental language (Hindi) Viva Voce Test of I962 
781— 

* 2151 Q— Sri V. K. Adi Narayana Reddy : Will 
the Hon'ble Chief Minister be pleased to state : 

(a) how many candidates have been called for viva 
voce for the departmental language test (Hindi) from each 
distriot of Andhra Pradesh in 1 962 ; and 

(b) tbe total expenditure incurred towards T. A, and 
IX A* towards the test ? 

A.- 

(a) A statement showing the number of candidates 
who have been called for viva voce for the depaitmental 
test in Hindi from each district in march 1962 and August 
1962 is laid on the Table of the House. 

(b; Rs. 691-54 nP. towards T. A. and Rs. 560-75 nP, 
towards D. A. 

Statement laid on the Table of the house showing particulars 
of candidates called for viva voce {Hindi) in March <fe 
jktgtf&t 1962 with reference to legislative assembly questitm 
No. 2 151 (starred) by Sri V. K. Ad\ Narayana Meddy, MX. A. 



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Centre* 



Total candidates 
March 1962, 



Total candidates 
August 19d2. 



Auantapnr 


41 


90 


Chittoor 


49 


63 


Cuddapah 


47 


67 


Eluru 


39 


73 


0miitur 


73 


109 


Hyderabad 


100 


140 


Kakinada 


79 


88 


Kurnool 


64 


97 


Ma^ulipatnain 


37 


60 


Hj&yof&* - 


23 


20 


Srikaknlani 


21 


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Visakkapatnam 


72 


65 


Waraagal 


S 


8 


Khagam&ta 


V— «■« 


1 


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Central Govt. Proposal for All India Services for Mziical, 

Engmeerning or ForestD.PS* 
762— 

1398 Q.— Sri E % Ayyapu Reddy : Will the km. 

Minister be pleased to state: 

(a) whether the Central Government sent any propo- 
sals to this Government along with other State Governments 
to constitute All India Services for Medical, Engineering and 
Forest Departments; and 

(b) whether this Government has offered its remarks 
on the above said proposals ? 

(a) Yes, Sir, 

(b) No, Sir, The matter is still under consideration 
of the Government. 

Organisation and Methods Division tn C. A B. 
763— 

* 2226 Q.— Sri K. V. Narayana Reddy (Kamalapur) 
Will the hon* Chief Minister be pleased to slate ; 

(a) when the Organisation and Methods Division was 
created in General Administration Department? 

(b) the strength of the personnel; 

(c) the nature and mathods of working of ihia 
Division; 

(d) the number of Secretaries of Heads of this 
Organisation so far being changed from time to time i 

(e) the recurring and aon~reeurr*ng expenditure 
incurred in respect of this organisation ; 

(f ) the work turned oat or the contribution made 
by this Organisation ; and 

(g) the number of personel trained for this purpose 
outside the State ? 

A :— 

(a) In January, 1959* 

(b) The Joint Secretary, General Administration 
Depvtoent is at present ra-charge of Organisation & Method^ 

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Division (in addition to other duties) assisted by an Assistant 
Secretary and two sections consisting of One Superintendent, 
3 Upper Division Clerks and Typist in (one section) and one 
Superintendent, 1 Upper Division Clerk and a Typist in 
another section. 

(c) Organisation and Methods work is a continuous 
and active process depending on study and current experience 
and havmg as its object the improvement of administrative 
efficiency at all levels and shaping the system of organisation 
and the methods of work employed to the needs of the 
departments and the public. It involves regular inspections, 
study of specific problems as they arise experimentation 
with new methods and their evaluation and^ the examination 
of existing procedures as and when they reveal possibilities 
of improvement. 

(d) The following officers have held charge since 
January \959 

Sri P. M.Nayak, L C. S., 
, Sri H#$nayuia Yar Khan, L A. S*< 
Sri S, A. Qaader, I. A. S., 
Sri Syed All, I. A. S, 

Sri Humaytra Yar Khan, I. A. S v and now 
Sri K. Snbba Rao, I. A. S from 31—8—62. 

4. 

Periodic change in the staff is one feature of Organisation 
and Sfethods work, devised to give as many officers as 
$o&libf6 acquaint *nce with the work and to avoid Organi- 
sation & Methods work becoming academic and losing touch 
tfifchthe pr^ctiqai difficulties, 

(a) If^penditure is by way of p$y and allowances to 
the officers and the staff as at (b). 

{i} Uhe Organisation & Methods Division pa?forms 
essentially a service function. The work is n&t maaswable 
in terms of out-turn. It could be felt by the improvement 
it fs able to secure in the spdedy disposal of vyork especially 
m the Sa&rfcfe&riat which is already noticeable zu several 
respe6t^W%&^ the Division 

and 0tifeWN T ^iii^*#*lt§ mti&a for keeping tb^mtf^lftl^ 
txative maclime «$*$ 4&te, t M - 4 £ | ^ 



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(g) Messrs. 

V. Narayana Rao, I. A. S., 
S. Santhanam, I. A, &, 
S. N. Achanta, I, A S. f 

S* Amjad Hussam, (Assistant Secretary to 
Government,} 

P. V, Rao, (Executive Engineer, Nagarjunasagar) 
M, R. Baji (Works Manager, Road Transport cor- 
poration) 

were trained at Delhi with Government of India for above 
six weeks in 1961, prmcipaly in mothods and techniques of 
w&rk study, 

Sri S< Santhanam, I. A. S. is now on deputation 10 
United States of America at the cost of the Government of 
the United States of America from September* J 962 for 
trailing in "work-study" under the United Statue of America 
aid programme for a period of four to six months. 

Amendment ofG* 0. Pertaining to Age UmiU* 

764— 

* 1466 Q.~ SrtU, Veera Raghava Rao $ (Pruihipadu) 
Will the Hon- Chief Minister be pleased to state : 

(a) whether the Government propose to amend the 
pefcraining to the age limit to the effect that the age of 
oondidates t& &n the date of registration of their names im 
Employment Exchange for employment in Government 
service should be taken into account for entry into service; 
and 

(b) if so, when t 

(a) No, Sir, 

(b) Does not arise. 

Recrnitment of L A. 5. and L P. S. from A. P. 

766— 

* 1380 Q.— Sr i E. Ayyapu Reddy : Will the Hoa'hie 
the Chief Minister be pleased to state : 

(a) whether the Government are aWare that th« 
recruitment of Andhra its the IAS aft<f I3*.3. in the yeata, 



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1959, 1960 and 1961 is very disproportionate to the popula- 
tion and administrative requirements of the State : and 

(b) if so, whether the Government are taking any 
steps to provide training facilities to the candidates appearing 
for these examinations ? 

A:— 

(a) Direct recruitment to the LA S and LPJ8. is made 
on the results of a competitive examination conduct by the 
Union Public Service Commission on an All India basis every 
year and appointments are made on the basis of ranking 
secured by the condidates at that examination and not on 
regional or other considerations. 

(b) No. Sir, The Government of India are considering 
the question of locating a pre-exammation training centre in 
B^ufch India for coaching the candidates beloning to Sche- 
duled Oa&tes, and Scheduled Tribes. Their final decision in 
the matter has not yet been communicated* As regards 
other communities, it does not appear necessary to provide 
such a Centre. 

Police Firing oh the Workers of Kokinoor Glass Factory 

766— 

* * 2351 Q.-Sn S, Vemayya : WtU the Hon'ble Chief 
Minister be pleased to state : 

|a) the circumstances that led to the police firing 0$ 
ilia Vorikets of Kobinoor glass factory at Hyderabad ott 
t^§^l§62 and f \ 

2 |b) the number of men, and women who received 
injuries in the firing ? ft 

(a) On 20—9-1962 the workers of the KohinoOr 
glass factory, while agitating for the settlement of issues 
relating to the bonus and provident fnjid wi,th the manage- 
ment wrongfully confined the personel of the management 
and ako the ,.jpoW officials, inelwd m g 41m*' |kifM*rjfe&endent 
of Police, Hyderabad hi mself who came to the reseae of £ke 
•"••"""""Sffieat, All efforts made by the police to hayeT wie 
^{■v^^tflKtfA'^ftMtiiiMfaBL confinement wW© of no 
avail and when ^ ff*ffe^*esofted to pelting of stones %l 
**$ ^^J^-M^'vm mmmm ^^m^dh^rse was made 
which proved; i%%^*ife fAs.^e^jfesft^&'^tajierated „'aBd 



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as the lives of the directors and also the police officials were 
in danger, the Superintendent of Police ordered firing of l€Nir 
rounds at the workers, 

(b) Only two men were injured as a result of the 
firing. 

Exemption of Hindi or Urdu examination for Government 
employees who are above 40 years of age 

767- 

* 2741 Q.— Sri G. Saidaiah (Gajevel): Will the hoa'fele 
Chief Minister be pleased to state : 

whether the Government proposed to exempt the 
Urdu-speaking employees of the Government above 40 years 
cf age from passing the prescribed Telugu Test on the same 
analogy as in the case of exemption from passing Hindi or 
Urdu Examinations ? 

A:~ 

No, Sir* 

Petition from 11 arrested Persons to 
By, Supertntendant of Police 
76?— 

* 1454 Q.~ Sri A. Ramachandra Reddy : Will tji* 
Honb'le the Chief Minister be pleased to state ; 

(a) whether it is a fact that the eteven arrested p$i* 
sons of Koilagudem, a hamiet of Devnlamma Na|araro f 
Ramannapeta taluk, Nalgonda district, have submitted a 
petition *o Deputy Superintendent of Police, Bhuvanagiri on 
17—8—1962; and 

(b) 5 the action taken on the basis of the findings m 
the enquiry conducted by the Deputy Superiatedeni of 
Police ? 

A.— 

(a) Yes; Sir. 

(b) As the allegations made in the petition were not 
substantiated durmg the enquiry, and were found to be false 
no further action was either called for, or taken. 



IQQl nth December, 1962 Oral Answei s to Questions t 

Proposal for Common Police Jor Southern Zone 

769— 

• 1443 Q.— Sri P. Rajagopal Naidu, Sri S. Vemayya : 
Will the Hon'ble Chief Minister be pleased to state : 

(a) whether the proposal to have a common police for 
the Southern Zone has been accepted by our State; 

(b) if so, the authority created to man the common 
police; 

(c) the advantages in having common police over the 
present system. 

A:— 

(&) Yes. 

(b) & (c) Nothing concrete has yet been achieved. 
It is still nnder consideration. 

Promotions of Inspectors to Deputy Superintendents 

of Police f v - 

770- 

* (1420) Q — Sri P. Anthony Reddy : v Will the hon 
Chief Minister fee pleased to Mat* : 

the numbei 'of Inspectors of Police who were promoted 
as Deputy Superintendents of Police from 1957 till now ? 

Thirty tiine Sir, 
-Omw^ftluum U increase the numbvr vf*Cycte Rwkshaws 

m W? X**3 %— Sri S. Jugmnadharn, (N^ramnnap^i) : 
Will the Hon'ble Chief Minister be pleased to state : 

(a) whether it is a fact that the State Government * 
*kre &itrtemplatiftg to increase the number of cycle rickshaws 
*%y iMuB of additional licences in the city of Hyderabad and 

also in the moffisal; and 

(b) if so, the reasons thereof ? 

(a) tm* Sir. 

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Oral Answers to Questions*. hth December, 1962 Ifiite 

(n) Government have received several represents 
t ions and applications from individuals and 
associations requesting grant of fresh licence* 
for rickshaws* 

Police Force at Annasamudram tank in Kurnool DisU 

772— 

* 2)97 Q-Sn P Subbaiah : Will the Hon ble Chief 
Minister be pleased to state : 

(a) whether there is police force ( Bondobust ) at 
Annasamudram tank, Markapur taluk, Kuruool district f 

(b) if so, at whose instance the said bandobust ifi 
kept there ; 

(c) how much of the money spent so far on the said 
bandobust ; 

(d) what ate the special circumstances for retaining 
the swne by the Government ; and 

(e) whether the Government, are considering tfr 
re$ijps$ th$ tank for use ? 

A :- 

(a) There is no such Police force a| Anna&apuilriqjsi 
tan* now. Bt^t during October and November, Ifefil, half a 
section of Arm$d Resetve wa? stationed m the village Path* 
Ari\asai$udramtomainUmLawand Order. It was subse- 
quently withdrawn and sow two oanstables froai Yerragnnt|%- 
paleni Police Station are posted to the village (not to tip 
tank) since the feelings between the two rival parties are 
strained, 

(b) Bandobust party was stationed in October and 
November, 1962, to maintain Law and Order in the viHbge* 

(q} $J o pipney i& #pent on the f oatoe. 

(d) Feeliags between the two parties weie and are 
strained and troubte is likely during harvest season* Two 
Police constables are, therefore, continuing there and they 
are necessary fer the maintainanee of Law and Order in the 
village. 

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too3 17 th December, lg62 Oral Answers to Questions: 

Writing off the Donations of the Directors of 

Nizam Sugar Factory 

773- 

* 1809 Q>— Shn N. Prasada Rao : Will the hon. 
Chief Minister be pleased to state : 

(a) Whether it is a fact that the Board of Directors 
of the Nizam Sugar Factory Ltd. gave a donation of rupees 
one lakh in 1957, which was kept under suspense for a long 
time and subsequently written off, in the profit and loss 
account ; 

(b) Whether it is also a fact that the Govt. 
Directors on the Board did not particpate in the discussions 
on this matter 

(c) If so, the reasons thereof ; 

(d) To whom this amount was donated ; and 

(e) The purpose of the donation, 
A:— 

(a) No sir, the donation was not given by the Board 
of Directors in 1957. 

(b) The Govt. Directors participated m the discus* 
sions but when the Board resolved on 5 —4 — 1 958 that the 
amount was paid in National interest and inspite of the fact 
that it was not possible to obtain vouchers and receipts, 
the expenditure be confirmed, the Govt, Directors did not 
participate in the resolution. In a subsequent meeting the 
decision was reversed through the participation of the Govt. 
Directors, as the Directors felt that their non-participation 
resulted in a wrong decision. 

(c) In view of the fact that the expenditure of 
Bs. 1,00*000/- not directly relating to the business of the Co., 
was incurred without the prior approval of the Board of 
DirteetoTs* 

(d) To the Hyderabed Pradesh Congress Committee^ 
(a) For the cause of National Interest. 

Proposal to Stort Textile or Shoe Making Foctory at 
, , t Srtkakulam DisU 

77*— 

* (2562) 1746 Q.— Sri T, Papa Rao (Nagarikatkam) :' 
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&rat Answers to Questions i iftk December , I962 iOo4 

(a) whether any proposal ia under cons ide rat ioti of the 
Government to establish a textile factory or a shoe-making 
factory in Snkakulam district ; 

(b) if so, whether it will be m the public sector or 
private sector or whether the same will be established on 
co-operative basis ; and 

(b) whether the Government are in receipt of appliea* 
tkms from private persons for licenses ? 

(a) and (b) : There is no proposal und°r consideration 
of Government to establish either a textile mill or a shoe 
making factory on their own or in the co-operative sector 
in the Snkakulam District. The Government of India hasre 
however, granted recently a licence under the Industries 
(Development and, Regulation) Act, 1951 to Sri B. Narayana 
Bturthy, for the establishment of a spinning mill with 12000 
spindles at Amadalavalasa Snkakulam District 

(c) A number of applications for establishment of 
spinning mills in the State were made to Government of 
India* 18 licences with a capacity of 1200 spindles each 
for tfce establishment of spinning mitts in different parte 
of the State were issued on the recommendations of thm 
Government. 

Proposal for establishment of a cement factory 

at Borra valley 

775— 

* 1777 Q.— Sri G. Dharmattaidu : Will the Hon, th# 

Chief Minister be pleased to stata : 

(a) whether any proposal is under consideration of 
the Government for estblishment of a cement factory m the 
Borra Valley, Ananthagiri agency area, Srungavarapukotha 
taluk, Vizag District in view of the availability of Sulphite 



(b) whether the Government issued Hcew* to any 
person and 

(c) If so, the stage at which the matter stands* 

(a) and (b). No factory has been licenced for estab- 
lishment in the Borra valley itself but a licence has been 

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1qo$ 17th December, 19^2 Oral Answers to Questions*. 

granted to India Cements Limited to establish a unit for 
portland cement at Vjzianagaram whieh would utilise the 
limestone reserves of the Borra velley. 

(c) The party does not appear to have taken any 
steps yet m this direction* 

Establishment of A*P. Industries Development Corporation 

776— 

* 1607 (1830) Q—Shri A. Ramachandra Reddy : Will 
the Hon, Chief Minister be pleased to state : 

(a) whether the Andhra Pradesh Industrial Develop- 
ment Corporation has been established by the Government 
and the names of the members of the Corporation ; and 

(b) the Capital amount of the Corporation, the capital 
invested by the Government and the amount of the subscribed 
capital respectively ? 

A:~- 

(a) The Andhra Pradesh Industrial Development 
Corporation has been set up by the State Government as a 
special agency for promoting the rapid industrialisation of 
Andhra Pradesh. The Corporation was registered on 
16—12—1960 under Companies 5 Act, The present Directors* 
on the Board of the Corporation are as follows : 

1. Shri Basi Reddy. B.A., B.Lu, ««,♦ Chairman 

2. Shri K.I, Vidyasagar, I AJS. 

* Secretary to Government, 

Industries Department. .... Dy» Chairman 

31 Shri M.A. Abbasi, I.A.S- 

Secretary to Government, 

Finance Department .... Director 

4. Shri G.V. Ramakrishna, LA.S Managing Director 

ft. Shri BJj. Gates, I.A.S., 

Director of Industries & 

Commerce .„, Director. 

(ty Authorised Capital .... Rs. 3 crores 

lasted CVpiiai *.„ Rs* I ciore 

RtMnp Capital _ S^e&lafctja. ., 



Oral Answers to Questions* I?th DecmfaK i\ 





Establishment of a factory to manufacture small C&ts 

in A. P. by Centre 

777-- 

* 2251 (1691) Q-~ Shri T. Balakrishnatah : Will the 
hon. Chief Minister be pleased to state : 

whether any representation has been made to the 
Central Government by the Government of Andhra Pradesh 
to locate the proposed factory to manufacture small oar* iti 
Andhra Pradesh ? 

A:— 

Yes Sir. The Government of Ir dia were requested tn 
locate the proposed small ear project to be established in the 
Public Sector, in Andhra Pradesh and the State Government 
assured them that necessary facilities including land would 
be made available to the project. The Government of India 
have stated that they have decided to postpone consideration 
of the question of taking up the manufacture of a low price 
car in the country, indefinitely. 

Location of Atomic Power Station m the 
Banks of the Krishna River. 
778- 

* 1728 Q~ mm Sri K. Rangadas : Will boa* the 
Ohifcf Minister be pleaded to state ; 

(a) Whether the Government are aware that tira 
Chairman and other members of the Central Atoraic Power 
Commission expressed their opinion that the suburbs ol 
Somasila village on the banks of the Krishna river, in Kolla* 
pnt taluk, Mahaboobnagar District is admirably suitable for 
the location of the Atomic Power Station intended to be 
started in South India; after inspecting the plaoe thrice; a*d 

(b) if so* whether the Government propose to pursue 
matter further? 

j* *"~*** 

fa) and (b) : The Government of India in the Atomic 
Energy Commission have since informed the State Govwn* 
meufc that a site near Somasila inspected by the Site 
Selection Committee satisfies all the criteria laid do\*nfor 
the location of a nuclear power station. This Government 
hm$ off#red t# extend the required facilities and are pursu- 
ing the matter with the Centre, It is for the Government of 
India to decide the location. 



1007 17 th December, 1962 Oral Answers to Questions : 

Proposal to Start Glass Factory at Yerravalh village, 

Nalgonda Dist. 

779— 

* (2052) 1652 Q.— Sri P. Parvath Reddy : Will hon. 
the Chief Minister be pleased to state : 

(a x whether any proposal is under consideration of 
the Government to start a Glass Factory at Yerravalli village 
in Miryalagudem Taluk, Nalgonda District* 

(b) if so, when the work of the said factory will be 
taken up ? 
A:~ 

(a) No such proposal is under consideration of the 
Government, 

(b) Does not arise. 

Bad effects on Singareni Collieries due to Power Shortage 
780— 

* 1835« Q — Sarvasri V. K* Adinarayana Reddy, 

7\ Nagireddy And 
K. L Narasimha Rao. 
Will the hon. Chief Minister be pleased to state : 

(a) The total short-fall m production m Singareni 
Collieries on account of power short-age in the year 1961-62; 

(b) The emergency steps take to restore the elec- 
tricity supply in the year 1 962-63 ? 

A :~ 

(a) The total short-fall in production at Bellampalli 
and Mandamari areas was 50,000 tons and at Ramagundam 
Area 8O$0O tone making a total shortfall of 1 » 3 lakhs tons 
ftt these two Collieries in 1961-62, 

(b) The Board of Directors of the Company in its 
meeting held on 30th October, 1962, approved purchasing of 
three 6MW Power Package sets with a total capacity «of 
mm/*- 20,000 KWs at an estimated cost of Rs. 250 lakhs 
to meet the shortage of power. 

Representation by the Workers of Singareni Collieries to 

GovU 
?8l~ 

4 * (Um) <&— 1629 Sri Parsa Satyanarayana, Will 
%b* IkhI €3ttef Minister }& pleased to state : 



Oral Answers to Questions * 17th December I$$2 JHB# 

(a) Whether any representation was made to the 
Government by the Singarem Collieries Workers' Union, 
Kothagudem, requesting that a Workers' representative 
should be on the Board of Directors of the Singareni Colli* 
eries Company Ltd : 

(b) if so, the decision of the Government in the 
regard? 

A*— 

ia) : No representation was made to this Govern- 
ment* However, the Tandur Collieries Workers 1 Union, 
Bellampalh represented in 1961 to the Union DeputyMinister 
for Labour and Employment to allow the Workers to asso- 
ciate with the management of the S. C. 0. Ltd* in the natio- 
nal interest, 

(b): The Government had decided to defer for the 
present the introduction of the Scheme of Workers* partici- 
pation in the management of any public or private sector 
undertakings in the State, as the present moment may not 
be congenial for undertaking this radical innovation. 

Report on the Begger Home at Kurn&el 

782- 

' * 2624 Q.~ Sri T. K. R Satma : Will tfce hm % M& 
Chief Minister be pleased to state : 

(a) whether Sri Vannaiakanti Raghavaiah haa submit- 
ted a report with regard to the Beggar Home at knraoot j 

and 

(b) if so> the action taken in the matter. 

A:- 

(a) Yes, Sir. 

(b) As the Beggar Home was not found to be workioj 
satisfactorily, it has been ordered to b* closed down wit! 
immediate effect 

AhoHshion of Directorate of the Social Welfare 

783— 

* 973 Q.- Sri G. Rama Rao : Will the hoa. Chiaf 
Umisier be pleased to state : 

whether there is any proposal with the Gove*B0ienfc 
to abolish the Directorate of the Social Welfare and hand 
over it to the ZiUa Panshads ? 



$3C# IHh December J962 Oral Answers to Questions i 
A :—r No> Sir, 

, Sanction of Bousing Schemes for Harijans 

* (2792) 803 Q.— Shrt CX* Narayana Reddy (Pderu) : 
Will the Hon'ble chief Minister be pleased to state ; 

(a) the number of housing schemes sanctioned for 
AU font ib Erravanpalem Firka, Vayalapadu Taluk, Ohittoor 
ffetfet from 1956 to 1962, 

{b) the number of schemes implemented therein ; and 

i 

{q) the reason why the schemes sanction have not been 
implemented ? 

n ;^&(b) one 

($) The Sponsors to whom the work was entrusted 
$Sd &#t complete the construction, 

Chenchu Schools tn the State 

Sri P. Sufobafah : Will the hon, 
to state ; 

(a) the number of Chenchu schools running in the 
, f f|&d 

(b) whether there is any proposal before the Govern* 
ment for transferring them to Zilla Parishads and 
Samithis ? 








r ; ^^ Yes, Sir. 

fl~ ft t'«. ' 

Agency villages avaited for approval 
¥86— >, 

* (1740) Q 303; Sri M. Veeraragkava Rao : Will*he 
i|f Hfnuiter be pteased to, state s 

I*) whether the <*cwt, ar« awase of tfa© fttot tfettt 



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(b) whether the Government will be pleated t$ 
enquire soon and approve them as agency villages I r - -*!* 

(a) It is presumed that the hon'ble Member i* refer- 
ring to the inclusion of the 45 villages in the list of Sche- 
duled areas and if s j the answer is in the affirmative, 

(b) The matter has already been considered by the 
State Government and referred to the Government of India* 
Their decision is still awaited* 

Retrenchmnet of staff in the Araku Valley Scheme, 

Visakhapainam y disL 

* 884 Q— Sri K> Govinia Rao : Will the hon bie 
Chief Minister bt pleased to state s 

(a) Whether any retrenchment of staff was effected 
recently in the Aarkn Valley Scheme Visakhapatnam District 
and 

{h) if ee> the reasons therefor I 

(a) Yes $yt. 

(b> It wae oonstrlered that there *r**i no justification 
of imetiwl&g huge expenditure wit boat Mf~ $m& retnra on 
the scheme. 

Financial Advis&rs to emry Dgtf* 

7 88 * * 

* 1362 ffc^Sri £. Ayya§mr&3d» : Will the hxm. Chief 
Minister be pleased to state ; 

(a) whether there are financial adviser to every 
department in the Seeretariat, if m what are their functions; 

(b) from which cadre of the Finaeee Department the 
- Financial Adviaere are appointed; and 

$*) whether there are fmipoeals to abotisfc the system 
of Finasefal Advisers to each Department 

|a) There are no Financial Advisers for every Depart- 
ment of Secretariat. There are Financial Advisers only for 



lotl 17th December, ig^2 Oral Answers io Questions 

each of the Public Works, Agriculture, Education, Industries, 
Health and Electricity, Departments. The Duties of Finan- 
cial Advisers are : 

(1) To assist the Secretary of the Department in the 
matter of preparation of schemes and proposal 
involving financial considerations, and scrutiny of 
Budget Estimates. 

<2) To scrutinise the proposal received from the 
Heads of Departments involving financial con- 
siderations, 

(3) Authentication of financial sanctions for communi" 
cation to the Accountant General. One copy 
each of such commounication will be given to the 
Finance (B.G), All such communications will be 
signed by the Financial Adviser as Deputy Secre- 
tary Finance Department. 

(4) To exercise effective financial control over the 
flow of expenditure of the Departments under the 
administrative control of the Secretary concerned. 
The Financial Adviser willalso'penodically inspect 
the offices of Heads of Departments and Subordi- 
nate Offices at Headquarters or in the Districts 
in order to see that expenditure under various 
heads for instance, maintenance and operation of 
vehicles, contingencies, purchases, schemes stores, 
works, mamtanance of institutions like schools, 
colleges jHospitals etc., being incurred judiciously 
and that wastage of public funds is eliminated 
and the relevant rules are being adhered to, 

(5) In order to maintain a check over expenditure 
against budget provisions to call for monthly 
reports from the Heads of Department regarding 
progress of expenditure and to submit reviews 
thereon to the Secretary of the Department. 
Financial Adviser will also advise the Depart-* 

« *peafc fpr taking timely action for securing finan- 
cial assistance from Government of India and 
other sources from where assistance has been 
promised. 



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(6) To initiate proposals calculated to improve budge- 
tary control, maintenance of Departmental 



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accounts and compliance with financial rates and 
procedures and instructions issued by the Fmiwae* 

Department from time to time, 

(7) To supervise the work of the Section in tie 
Secretariat Departments which deal with th* 
preparation of Budget settlement of and it 
objections and audit reports* 

(8) Confidential reports of the Department Amounts 
Officers will be seen by the Financial Advisors for 
remarks, if any, before they are sent to the 
Director of Treasuries and Account*. 

(9) He will attend meetings of all Departmental 
* Committees (including Tender Committed whe- 
rever functioning) whenever financial TftpHtaire 
are discussed. 

(d) Appointment to the cadre of Fiuamcial Advisers 
will be made from among the Assistant Seoretariee m thfc 
Finance Department. 

f#J 1&e#$ it* m present ho pre$»o&&ta ie akolisfe $|* 
hyvfrm <if Fi^&alaL Advdsetfe i* the Fiiiafc®* 00m&&tifo 

Raising of retirement age 0/ Nm-GmeUe& Officers 
7g§_. 




• 928 Q.— Sri M. Piichiah [ Put by Bit* 
narayana Raja } Witt «h» *w§*. ©Kief M$s!fe*e* fc» phtftftd to 

states 

(a) whe#*$r t&ere & sn^ pf*gteft&l before *be Otwgfllv 
mtnt to raise the retirement age of Non-Gazetted Off£eeig 
to 68 year©, *s in $be 4&wie ^f Hi* $ea#lH&# 5 ani 

(b) if so, when it will be implemented 1 

(a) No, Sir, 

(b) In view of the answer to ekuae £a) $b$f$* tfcf 
question of implementation dtes jpot wise, t ? * . 

Experiment 0/ artificial insemimtim /#r iWr xkSep 

• 3290 Q.— Sri P. F. Seam* (Kondakaflct) : Wi» 
fcofen HWl# lMrtMr bt pleased to »t»t» ;— 

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loih 17 th December, 1%2 Oral Answers to Questions': 

(a) whether experiments are being conducted for the 
artificial insemination for the sheep m the State; 

(b) if so, the names of the places where the said 
experiments are being conducted; and 

(c) the results achieved so far ? 

A.— 

(a) No Sir. * 

(b) & (c) Do not arise. 

Representation from Shrt. Vem&yya 
70i — 

* UU Q,~ ■ Sri S. Vemayya : Will the hon. Chief 
Sfiaifcte^ be pleased to state : 

(a) whether the Government are in receipt of the 
representation dated 31-3-1962 from Sri S. Vemayya, M.L.A, 
(vide Government Letter No 1213 Forest i/62-2, Agriculture 
Department, dated 10-4-1962) regarding disafforestation and 
aasigmemt of land to the Collective Farming Cooperative 
Society, Jfog&yagunta village, Kovur taluq, Nellore district;* 
and 

(h) If so, the action taken thereon ? 

A;— 

, (e>) The answer is in the affirmative, 

(b) The member was informed on 15-9-1962, that t&e 
teipiBgfc of the Soeisty cannot be complied with, 

Raising ®f Bur seer a Plant in^Reserve Forests 

* 869 &- Sri E* Ayyapu Reddy : Will the Honou- 
rable Chief Minister be pleased to state : 

(a) Whether the Government have any plax* to raise 
'Bnrsera* plant in the Reserve Forest area of the State "bM in 
Mymm $**ej 

(b$ whether any attempt has been made so far in *fe#* 
ma^rf, if ^o m&h ^at result} and 

ta) tbe commercial value of the ^B^^^^Mj^&ktmM^ 



Oral Answers to Questions : 17th December, Igfa K)l4 

Ex. v"* mmm 

(a) The answer is in the affirmative. 

(b) Preliminary trials are being made since 195& It 
is reported that some of the plants are capable of yielding 
cuttings through which the species can be spread further, 

(e) It is too early to estimate the commercial value. 

Prescription of qualifications for Promotions of Fot esters 

to Deputy Rangers 
793- 

* 896 Q.— Sri B Ayyapu Reddy : Will the hon'ble 
Chief Minister be pleased to state : 

(a) whether any qualifications are prescrided for the 
promotion of Foresters to the Deputy Rangers cadre. 

(b) whether Foresters with long service axe prevented 
from becoming Deputy Rangers on the ground that they 
have not passed S. S. L. G and 

(c) whether the Government proposed to give exemp- 
tions in case of Foresters of proved efficiency for purposes 
of promotion as Dy* Rangers ? 

(a) T&e answer is in the affiiraafcivo. 

k |b) Ths answer is in the affirmative* 

(o) The Chief Conservator of Forests proposed tliai 
the rules be amended to provide for reservation of 10% of tfce 
posts of By* Range Officers for deserving Foresters who do 
not possess the qualification of S, 8, I* It is proposed t# 
consider this suggestion after issue of the Andhra Pradesh 
Forest Subordinate Services Rules* since the finalisation of 
the rules will be held up if the suggestion should be taken 
up for consideration at this stage. 

Leasing of tanks to Fishermen Cooperative Societies in 

Telangana 

* (1796} 322 Q.~ Sri P. tforasa fteddp s , ITtft ihm 
Honourable Chief Minister be pleased to state : 

(&) ^rhatW the Government propose to extend tk$ 
leasing $f tanks i to Fishermen's Cooperatives to Telampnfc 
4mm jfa. mm* lia» as in Andhra ; 

(b) if not the reasons ? 



iQl$ nth December, 1962 Oral Answers to Que$tkm& 

(a) & (b) The matter Is under active consideration 

Fuh rearing industries in Srikakulam District in I96I-62 
TO5— 

* (2623) 749 Q.— Sn P. Gunnayya: Will the Honoura- 
ble Chief Minister be pleased to state : 

(a) the taluk-wise number of fish rearing industries 
established in Srikakulam district during 1961-62 together 
with the amount of expenditure incurred therefor; and 

(b) the amount of expenditure incurred towards the 
fMBcfaase of fish seeds d*mng 1062 ? 

Ar- 
ia) Srikakulaia ... one. 

Itchapuram .... one. 

Palasa .... one. 

Expenditure .... 14,146-50 np. 

(b) Rs. 204-06 up. (from April to July 1W2). 

Loans to Flrshmen Societies of Veiapalem village 

* (2494) 6ST Q.— Sri J»L. K Cfowdary r WrH felte 
Hoaottrable Ohief Minister be pleased; to state : 

(*} wfcettax any loans were given to the JPv$Lmm&& 
fymMe+of Vetapalera Bloak Samifchi in B&patla t*tak« 
Guntar dist. during 1960-61, IS61-62 and 1962-§& j 

ffc) if ao, to what societies atid how rimeh ; 

(c) would the Government propose some roads to the 
Fishermen villages on the coast connecting the Chirala-Chifcb- 
gtttfjam Road to transport their f sh into several markets ; 

{&\ whether the Government received the petition 
«V 80-6-4S3S from thp Fisherman Qoopesative Sedie*- 3 T * A 
Rafearivarfpalem (Zandrapefc pos^ $nd *n&ther 
d/ 27-&-1962 from theB^Menfc, Vayala Kondiah, Vi 
Society, Ramapfcwm (PapayapalMb p«bl J } 4tf& * 'ti 




Oral Answers to Questions : I7tk Deomber, jtyftl p& 

(e) if bo, the action taken thereon t 

(a) The answer is m the negative 

(b) Does not arise, 

(c) The answer is in the negative, 

(d) Only one petition d/ 20-6-62 from the President* 
Fishermen Cooperative Society, Katarivavipaiem has been 
received, 

(e} The request of the petitioner could not be <*m* 
plied with due to financial stringency. 

Fish Ponds maintained at Adilabad 

* (£259) 538 Q,~ Sri Vithal Rao : Will the hobble 
Chief Minister be pleased to state ; 

(a) the nmab*i of fish porwlt being maintained by 
the Department at Adilabad. 

(b) the annual a*aot»t spent o» Iheir ooaatntstion ; 

(o) whether any fish from the p<mds has fcetti sold 
m far $ a*d 

fci) the variety ol fifth being reared ** fwsea* in the 
ponds ? 

(a) There is no fish farm in Adilabad district, foat 
24 fish nurseries are maintained. 

(b) The total amount spent on the construction of 
nurseries is Re, 8,38*~8& 

(c) No fish was sold. Only 324 fish seed was sold, 

(d) No fish is reared but only fish m*&n of Oarp and 
Mnrrel varieties are reared. 



Orders to stop chmrcmi htrtmg m tfm State 

798 

♦ (936) 80 Qt—Sri K, Rbjmallu i Will the hon'M* 
Chief Minister be pleased to state : 

(a) whether it is a fact that orders have been issued 
to stop charcoal burning m the rt»te.> 



iolr l7tk December, 1962 Oral Answers to Questions: 

(b) if so, why, and 

(o) Are the Government aware that nearly 30,000 
people were thrown out of employment by stopping the 
charcoal burning in Adilabad District. 

(a) Orders have been issued prohibiting the manu- 
facture of charcoal in the four border districts of Cuddapah, 
Chittoor, Nellore and Adilabad* 

(b) Sach orders were issued for preventing large 
scale conversion of firewood into charcoal and its export, 
which would inflate the price of firewood, much to the 
detriment of the needs of poor people. 

(c) Government are not aware of this. Government 
do*aot% however,believe that such a large number of persons 
Is engaged in burning charcoaL 

Mangrove forests in the state 

799— 

* 858 Q.— Sri E. Ayyapu Reddy : will the Hon'ble 
Chief Minister be pleased to state ; 

(a) the extent of mangrove forests in the State ; and 



* s n * (b) the income from the said forests derived there' 
from in the financial year 1961—62 ? 

* ¥ 

(a) The extent of mangrove forests in the State is 
approximately 54,336 acres. 

(t>) An amount of Rs. 3,25,534/- was derived as in- 
mm from the said forests during the financial year 1961-62, 

„ , - Marketing &f Nallamalai Honey 
800— 

*#69 Q*— Sri B* Ayyapu Reddy : Will the Honoura- 
ble Chief Minister be pleased to state : 

(a) The nspuey through w3nch^J?all^09alai>,Ii^ney in 
collected md imir&et#<k and 



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Oral Answers to Questions: Ink December, ij## J®$ 

Ar- 
ia) In Giddalur and Kurnool Divisions* Nailaiaalai 
Honey is collected and marketed Departinentally, la JNand- 
yal Division, the right to collect is leased out annually to 
the Atmakur Chenehu Cooperative Society and the Society 
markets the honey collected by it. 

(b) The answer is in the affirmative. 

Working Plans in the Divisions of Telangana 
801— 

* 898 Q,— Sri £. Ayyapu Reddy . Will the hon'ble 
Chief Minister be pleased to state : 

(a) Whether all the divisions m Telangana were 
covered by the working plans of the year 1957-58; if not 
by which date were they covered completely by the Working 
Plans j and 

(b) the number of additional timber, bamboo and 
fuel coupes brought under working due to the preparation of 
the working plan in Telangana* 

(a) AH the Divisions except Palvoncba in the f t©l*m- 
gauar #wa were covered with Working Plan during 1087-4S. 
In Palvonoha Division, Working Plan came into $mm in 
1959. 

(b) Timber coupes — Nil 
Fuel Coupes, — 4i 
Bamboo Coupes — 16 

Individual's claims for Reserve forests 
802— 

♦ (1537) 219 Q.— Sri J. Vengal Rao (Vemsoor) : Will 
the Honourable Chief Minister be pleased to state ; 

{a) whether the Government are aware that certain 
individuals are claiming the Reserve Forest bearing the 
Gait# No. 90 of 1600 acres of land in Uppusaka village, 
Burgumpadu taluq, Khammamt district as their own Patta ; 

(b) whether any evidence for establishing their claim 
hap hpm, produced ; 

(c) whether the revenue assesment was paid by them 
at any time in respect of the said land ; 



J&& trtk December, 1062 Oral Answers to Questions r 

(d) whether it is a fact that the Collector daring 
Zafnafeaadi remarked that it is an illegal patta which needs 
no implementation ; and 

(e) whether the Government propose to order compre- 
hensive inquiry into the matter and take suitable action ? 

(a) (b) and (c) The answer is in the affirmative 
(d) The answer is in the negative. 

{$) The matter is already being enquired into by the 
Revenue Devisional Officer, Kothagudem. 

G&ffee Plantations in the State 

* 875 Q.— Sri E. Ayyapu Reddy : Will the Honoura- 
ble Chief Minister be pleased to state : 

(fr) whether there are coffee plai tations in the state; 

(b) If not, whether any research has been made to 
find out whether any parts of the State are fit for such plan- 
tataowfcoo a awmeroially profitable basis j and 

* <o) w<in**ke* tribal welfare funds camiot he utilised 
f as raftsifcg Geffee Plantations *n tribal areas for their better- 
ment? 

(a) The answer is in the affirmative. 

(b) Does not arise as Coffee Plantation has already 
been undert*i»p in ti* &g*my **$as ef 3&ast Q&davari and 
Vi&akhapatnam Districts. 

j(c) 9kfe i& abfeftdy kekig done. 

Officer for Develapmg Sorest Industries 

* 23M f^ Sri P. Rsjgopal N&idw : Will ik& Howta- 
r%U» mwf Minister b* pleas**! t*ata*e : 

(a/jf W$et&w* *febere is any proposal to appoitot one 
officer to investigate into the possibilities of tfe*$5tfh*g'*Mtet# 

ii«iiwtrwft i# tko Sfcafc& sM 

(b) if so, wjien Me'irife Re app#¥&fea*r* ' • 



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(a) The answer is in the negative* 

(b) Does not arise. 

Forest Settlement in Chittoor DisL 
8C5- 

* 2101 Q— Sri P. Rajagopalnaidu, Will the Honourable 
Chief Minister be pleased to state: 

(a) whether forest settlement offices were set up to 
carry on forest settlement in Ofaittoor district; 

(b) when they were set up ; and 

(c) the work done by them so far ? 

(a) The answer is in the negative. 
(fe) and (c) Do not arise 

Gm>L Pmltry Farms in the State 

* 906 Q.~ Sri P. a Saiyanarayana : Will iU Iwn'bfc 
Chief Minister be pleased to state : 

(a) the number of Government owned Poultry farms 
m the State ; 

(b) the total esptnditure incurred during 1961-62 
for their maintenance ; 

(c) the number of them started during 1961-62 

(d) which district has got more number of Poultry 
Farms in the State ! - 



(a) Twenty three 

(b) Rs. 8,57,82847 

{4} Medak District, 
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l02l 17th December, 1962 Oral Answers to Questions * 

No. of Students Passed live stock Inspectors extmnation 

in 196 1-62 
807— 

* 2283 Q,— Sri Q.K Narayana Reddy : Will the 
Hoo'ble Chief Minister be pleased to state : 

(a) The number of students who have passed lave 
Stock Inspectors Course in the year 1961-62; 

(b) Whether all the students who have passed in the 
year 1961-62 have been absorbed in the department; and 

(c) If not. how long it will take for the Government 
to absorb them m the department ? 

JQL»"""— 

(a) 309 (including 4 students of other States) 

(b) No Sir, only 166 candidates out of the 305 students 
of this State have been absorbed in the Department. Remain- 
ing 139 candidates have yet to be absorbed. 

(c) Proposals for upgrading the existing veterinary 
first aid centrs to rural veterinary dispensaries are under 
consideration of Government. As soon as the proposals 
materialise most of these candidates will be absorbed. 

Availability of Fish in large quantities in the sea 
808- 

* 2415 Q.~ Sri M. Pitchaiah : Will the hon'ble 
" Chief Minister be pleased to state : 

(a) whether the Government are aware of the fact 
l&ai %ke fiish are' available in large quantity in the sea near 
Niasampatnam, Guntur district ; 

(b) if so, whether the Government are aware of the 
fact that there are no coaimunieat ion facilities like proper 
roads to take.ihem to other places for the sale of the same ; 

and , 

(c) if so, whether the Government will take early steps 
to provide such facilities ? * 

A:— 

(a) The answer i§ in the affirmative. 

(b) There is a Zilla Parishad road from Rapalle to 
Nizampatnam. 

(0) Does not arise, 

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Oml Answers to Questions : ink December, 19&2 Iflfe 

Pepper Plantations in the Reserve Forest 
809— 

* 868 Q,~ Sn JE. Ayyapu Reddy : Will the bott'ble 
Chief Minister be pleased to state : 

(a) Whether any attempts were made to introduce 
peppar plantation in the Reserve Forest areas ; and 

(b) If so, with what results ? 

(a) The answer is in the affirmative. 

(b) The scheme is in the experimental stage 
Supply of wooden parts to Electricity DepL 

* 23H Q ; *~ Sri P. Bajgopal Naidu : Will the Honou- 
rable Chief Minister be pleased to state : 

(a) Whether wooden posts supplied to Electricity 
Department during 1961-62; 

{b\ if so f $m number of posts supplied and the names 
of places; and 

(c) the number of posts indented by the Electricity 
department* 

(a) The answer is in the nfcgetfre. 

(b) Does not arise. 

(c) Nil* 

Allotment of Bamboo Coupes to Sirpvr Paper Mills 

811— 

* 862 Q- — Sri E. Ayyapu Reddy : Will the Bon'ble 
Chief Minister be pleased to state : 

(a) Thenninb&r of bamboo coupes allotted US the 
Sir pur Paper Mills in Knrnool District m tba current year 
<l962-63) ; 

•- >$k} The basis on which the allotment took place; and 

* ' s (»> The rfcasofca for not following the ordinary ftoqp- 
dure of open oompetitMm thaoogh a pttblie anction ? 



&J3 17 th December, I962 Oral Answers t& Questions* 



(a) 32 bamboo coupes have been allotted. 

(b) The allotment was made subject to payment of a 
royalty of Rs. 6- 50 nP per ton of air dry bamboos and of 
dead rent at the same rate in case any of the coupes are not 
worked or partly worked by the Mills and subject, also, to 
the other usual conditions applicable to all bamboo coupes. 

(c) An industry which requires a sustained supply of 
law material, cannot obviously be called upon to obtain their 
requirements by participating in public auctions- 

Conversion of species as green manure 

812— 

* 2104 Q.— Sri P. Rajagopal Naidu : Will the 
Hon'fcle Chief Minister be pleased to state : 

(a) the species permitted to be converted as green 
manure leaf ; and 

(b) r the reasons for not including all species in the 
Secies except those under the minor forest produce and 
special leaves like Belly and Thangedu leaves 1 



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Answer placed on the table of the House. 

Paper Placed m the Table of the House 
The following species are being permitted to be 
ecmverted as green manure leaf : i 

Local Name 1, 

I. fospm^a Glabra , Kanuga 

%. Cassia Siamia Simatangedu 

3, fapbro Gandia , , Vempali KondatangedutigS ■ { 8 

4. Delbergia Panicult© ^aohan PorlapaeHarT 4 
& BoJaB^fisoeosa $aadharj Banded* t 

'^^^Dof^ldnmGrifepa ■ Meraddii* < < «' n/^;<i 

"31.irf ( efts, 

7. Eryt|ioroSfloo Menc^ynnai Devadaru ' -"'"* 



Oral Answers t0 Qmsiims : mk Bmmmkm •* m# 

10. Wrightia Tincotona Palareppla, Akupala. 

The reasons for not including ail species la the Hat of 
species to be permitted for removal as green manure are 
furnished below. 

(i) only leaves of such species which contain adequate 
nitrogen io*s substances are useful for green manor* 
purposes; and 

(ii) trees of economic value and all minor forest produce 
species yielding fruits, banks etc„» are not allowed 
to be removed for green manure purpose* since 
such removal will not only reduce potential value 
of Forest but also contribute to heavy loss of 
revenue* 






Exclusion of cultivable waste land from forests 



M3- 



* 2316 Q.— Sri P. Rajagopalnaidu : Will tlw koii. 
Chief Minister twa pleased t» state : 



4 t 



(a) whether there is any proposal before the Govern- 
ment to appoint a Committee to go into the question df 
excluding cultivable waste land from tho forests In the State 
for the distribution to the land less poor ; and 



(b) if so, when will it be appointed f 



A: 



ty) the answer is in tbe negative. 
(b) Dow not arise. 
Permission to Ptthrs tQ ta&s fml firm Fms* 



* t 



814 



» 2315 Q,~ Sri P. Rajagopal Naidu • Will tte fi 
Table Chi«f Minister be pleased to state : 




M%$ 17th December, 1962 Oral Answers to Questions i 

(a) Whether permits are being issued to Potters H 
take fuel from the ferests to run their home industry ; and 

(b) if not, whether the Government propose now to 
issue permits to Potters to take fuel from the forests ? 

(a) TTie answer is in t*he negative. 

(b) Government will examine the question of giving 
f>M:tti!ta to Pottefs by collecting an appropriate fee. 

Development toans in Adilabad 

* 393 (2178) Q.~~S*i G. Rama Rao : Will the hon'ble 
Minister for Revenue be pleased to state : 

fa) whStlifc* development Id&fis We being given to the 
ryots under the Kadam Project Area this year (62-63) is 
Adilabad District ; and 

(b) if so, the amount given io far and the numbfec of 
ryots benefitted ? 



i i » I* t f J 



m*+8 ijtib Tim aaewer is in the negative* 
(b) Does not arise. 

Land development tti&ns in §H%akkulam 

816- 

* 2597 Q,— Srt P. GmmMa r Will the fifon. Minister 
for Revenue be pleased to state : ' 

the ^aluk wise amount allotted and spent respectively 
d*riiicittlt'-4ft fc*d t»S2^8 itx 3*ifeikula$n dlfttsk* Wwardi 
the land d&v&iojTOeafc loans to ryots I 



-i * 



A • ~- " * 

A statement i»^^<l*k*j^f *lllf ^ $l%~ KttPM 






i * 



Oral Answers to Questions : ink December, 19$2 £&6 



STATEMENT PLACED ON THE TABLE OF THE HOUSE 

Regarding the amounts allotted and spent during 1962-62 
and 1962-63 for grant of loans under U L L* & A. L. Acts 

in Snkakulam District 



mmm 



»»*»»t« MWiM4aw«Ma»«nMNM«inmu 



1961-62 



1962-63 



*^r*^+mmm+ 



twJ^»**W"«*»"WW*"*^W»****« 



11 m '<■■! W 



8, Ho. Name of the 
Taluk, 



Amount 

allotted. 

Rs 



Amount 
spent. 

Rs 



Amount 
allotted 

Rs. 



Amount 
spent* 



>*^|«MM>M|MMM« ~»*m*m 



mm** 



^»**«* 



I , Snkakulam 
2 Ichapurara, 

3. Sompeta. 

4, Bobbilu 

5 # CbeepurupallL 
8, YekkaH. 

7. Palakouda- 

8. Narasaanapata* 

9. PaihapafcnatB, 
10* Saltira, 

II, Pat vat ipu ram* 



80,000 


80,000 


34,000 


Nil 


9,000 


9,000 


8,000 


*# 


3,000 


3,000 


10,000 


ft 


88,000 


88,000 


33,000 


tt 


,65,000 


1,65,000 


40,000 


99 


80,000 


80,000 


27,000 


9* 


90,000 


90,000 


45,000 


ft 


25,000 


25,000 


15,000 


*I 


5,000 


5,000 


40,000 


5,000 


90,000 


90,000 


40,000 


mo 


65,000 


65,000 


38,000 


5*81)0 



+ ¥+m*+i»t >i^ n +*\ <f\ nw i n * m ,t n w m i nm h, + ? *i*, 



Total : 7J&0.000 7,00;000 3,30,000 U,600 

Waste land m Vaualpad 
817-s 

* (2246) 1S90 Q.— Sri C. K. Narayanareddy : Will 
the Honourable Minuter for Bevenae be pleased to state : 

(a) thefirkawise total acreage of cultivable waste 
land available for issue of pattas to landless poor in Vayal- 
pad and Chandragiri taluks of Ohittoor District with a 
special reference to Fakala Firka in Chandragiri taluk ; 

(b) the number of acreas of the above categorj tp be 
surveyed and converted into Ayaa imtfce, abqya&rkae ; and 

(e) the steps taken by the Government to, eocpodite 
the issue of pattas in both the categories t 

A : — 

(*){b)&(o) The answer is placed on the Table of 
the Hojm- 



1027 frth December, 1062 Oral Answers to Questions • 



Statement showing the Firkawise Particulars of Cultivable 

Waste Lands available for issue of Pattas to Landless 

poor and the extent to be Served and Converted 

into ay an Etc* in Vayalpad and Chandragiri 

Taluks in Chitoor District 



S. Name of 
No. the Taluk 



Firkawise 
total acreage 
of land avai- 
lable for 
issue of 
pattas to 
landless 
poor. 



Number of 

acres of 

category (3) 

to be 

surveyed 

and 

converted 

into AYAN. 



Steps taken 

by the 
Government. 



1. Vayalpad 
Vayalpad 
Nadimcherla 
Garnimitta 
Medijurthy 
Piter 
Yerravari- 

palem 

2. Chandragiri 

Pakala 

Pulioheria 

Panapakam 

Chandragiri 

Tirupathi 

Kenignnta 



Ac. 

785.33 
797,36 
285.83 
560.98 
1828.88 

12*2,28 



814.28 
1496 20 
9U48 
392.44 
203.14 
187.03 



Ac. 

24 L0^ 
248.33 
274.06 
309.92 
998.84 

Nil 



6312 
184 07 
648.01 
206.80 

14.00 
170.00 



1 



y 



The normal 

Revenue 

Staff is 

attending to 

the work 

respetively. 



j 



NOTE : The details of the total extent available in Pakala 
Firks is as below : 

(a) total extent of assessed waste 244.88 acres 

(b) total extent of un-assessed waste. 569.40 acres 



Total ' 814.28 



drat Answers to $m$t*m$t hth Deeenttmr, l#6z jaa# 

Remission for failure of Crops for Rot tern lands 

818— 

*(23Qi) 1713 Q.- Sri A Sarveswara Rm: Will the 
honourable Minister for Revenue be pleased to state : 

(a) whether it is a fact that remission is bemg given 
in the case of total failure of crops for the fertile lands yield- 
ing two crops and for Kolleru lands given on lease to the in- 
dividuals ; 

(b) if so, whether the same benefit will be extended 
to Kolleru lands given on lease to the individuals. 

(c) if not, the reasons therefor ? 

A;-- 

(a) The question is not clear. However, remission 
is being given, in the case of total failure of crops in any 
fasli, in the case of lands, which are fertile and yield two 
crops, under B S* 0* 13 (3), But no such remission is being 
gWe* in raepeet of Koilair lake bed lands leased to indi- 
viduals. 

(b% Bom not arise, in view of the answer in (a) 

above* 

* 

(e) The conditions of lease of Kollair lake bed lands 
do not provide for grant of remission. 

Madillparra Ban jar 

819- 

* im (2285) Q~ Sri K> Satyanarayam : 

Will the Honourable Minister for Revenue be pleased 
to state : 

(a) Whether the MadiUaparra Banjar in Nhsampatn&m 
village, Bepalle taluk* Gantur District, comes under Krishna 
Barrage ; 

(b) if so, whether the said Ban jar l&jad hag been 
assigned to any persons togetfce* with tile extent f ' 

(a) Yes, Sir. 

(b) Yes Sir, An extent of 100 acres was granted to 
4Q 3&X- tappets at the rate of 2$ aeres per individual* 

M. L. A. V~7 (15) 



1020 17th December, I962 Oral Answers to Ouestlenkk 

Laont Lands in Khammam. 

820 

* 2386-A Q.— Sri K* Butchaiah : Will the hon. 
Minister for Revenue be pleased to state ; 

(a) Whether it ia a fact that the laoiti lands on both 
the sides of the Railway line between Chimalapadu an<J 
Sarvaram in Khammam District are under cultivation ; atid 

(b) If so, whether pattas were issued to the culti- 
vators of such laoni lands ? 

(a) The answer is in the affirmative, 

(b) No, Sir, 

Agur ban jar lands in Vizianagaram 

* 17»9 Q.— Sri G* Surydnarayana : Will the Hon'bb 
Minister for Revenue be pleased to state : 

(a) whether pattas were issued te the harijans for 
Agur banjar lands in Vizianagaram taluk, Visakhapattrarfi 
district ; 

(b) if so, the total extant of banjar land tesigtcd? 

(c) whether the fearijana to wkom pattas were given 
have been given possession of the said lands ; u 

(d) whether it is * feet that the Reveirae Officers 
have sent a report to the Governaiant recommending the 
need iqr a braMdofler atid financial aid for bringing the §ai<^ 
banjar land into cultivation; and 

te) if so, the action proposed to be t^kea *by tfte, 
€Wvfermfaent thereon ? 

A:— 

(a) Aasl^ua^nt was mqdo to th# hamja&s f w Agur tef^W* 
lands m respect of 103 cases in toto. Out of these, 103 cases 
*D' Form pattas were issued m reppect of r i cases and tm 
remaining 96 cases are covered by pr^tfeioftafl oitjers of 
assignment as they invofcpp *ub~$iftbo# wor^ 

(b) llie total raatefiii afcs&t*ed« t* HaWlaAs f bi& 
Ac. 354.84. 



Or*l Answers to Qm$l&nt t mk JteetatiMtl J$&i 1$& 

(o) Yes. 

(d) No. 

(e) Does not arise, 

Amont for famine relief 
822— 

* 189! Q.— Sri P. Rajagopalanaidu : Will the hon. 
Minister for Revenue be pleased to state : 

(a) the amount spent annually for famine relief in 
our State ; and 

(b) whether the Government is contemplating to 
increase the same ? 

(a) aad (b) :— On the average, approximately Rs, 25/- 
lakha are being spent in a year towards Famine Relief. 
Bari^ 1960-61 $ however, almost all districts were effected 
by aoVerse seasonal conditions and relief aggregating over 
a crore of rupees was granted then* Where conditions in 
any year call for increased relief measures, Government will 
certainly tak* them up, eveoi though the expenditure invol- 
ved exceeds the Budgetted provision The Relief is gran- 
ted with rofereeee to the extent of damage done by adverse 
seasonal oondi^ns. 

Exclusion of Kurnool from famine area. 
823— 

*»o, 1881. Q. Sri P. Rajagopalanaiim WiU the 
hon* Minister for Revenue be pleased to state: 

(a) whether there is any proposal to exclude entire 
Kurnool district from famine area; and 

(b) if so, the reasons therefor 1 

A — 

(a) and (b) No particular area in the State has fceefc 
declared as 'Famine area'and hence the question of eKctaling 
Kurnool district from this area does not arise. 

Permanent famine relief measures to Rayalauema 

824»— *- 

•2fo. 18S8, Q. By Sri E. Ayyapu Reddy : W\\\ the 
hpxi, Minister for Revenue be pleased to state : 



1031 i7th December, 1962 Oral Answers to Questions* , 

(a) whether any committee has been appointed to 
prepare permanent famine relief measures to Rayalaseema 
districts. 

(b) if so, whether any non-officials are included in 
the said Committee ? 

A:— 

(a) The answer is in the negative. 

(b) Does not arise 

Banjar Lands in SrikaJzulam 

825 — 

* (2339) 1712 Q No : Sri P. Gunnayya : Will the 
Honourable Minister for Revenue be pleased to state : 

the taluk-wise number of applications received so far 
from the poor for giant of banjar lands in Snkakulam 
District from 1-1-62 together with the number of pattas 
issued ? 

A — 



Taluk 


Number of applications 
received from 
1-1-1962 


Number of patta 
lsuedsofar from 
out of the appli- 
cations received 
from 1-1-1962 


L Srikakulam 


51 


1 


2. Cheepurupalli 


1251 


1206 

1 


3. Narsannapeta 


7 


5 


4. Bob bih 


774 


721 


5. Salur 


27 


15 


6, Parvatipuram 


112 


— 


7* Palakonda 


25 


14 


8L Pafchapataam 


1 


— 


9. Ichapuram 


** 


— 


10, Sompet* 


870 


668 


11. Tekkali 


— 


— 


Total 


3118 


2630 



Oral Answers to Questions : 27th December, ig62 $32 

Pattas to banjar lands in agency area 
826— 

♦ /2488; 1736 Q. -Sri Ch. Mallikarjuna : Will the 
Honourable Minister for Revenue be pleased to state : 

(a) whether the Government propose to issue pattas 
to the landless people who have settled in the agency area 
since many generations for the banjar lands in their posses- 
sion irrespective of the fact whether the taram is fixed or not; 
and 

(b) if bo, the reasons therefor, 
A:- 

(a) No Sir. Further there is ban on the assignment 
of lands at the disposal of the Government* 

(b) Does not arise. 

Assignment of Banjar L&nd to Hartjans 
827 

♦ (1823-S) 1962 Q.— Sri P. V. Ramana : Will the 
Honourable Minister for Revenue be pleased to state . 

(a) whether any Banjar laud in the village Rambilli 
Elaraanchali taluk, Visakbapafcnam district has been assigned 
to harijans ; 

(b) whether there is any proposal to cancel the pattas; 
and 

(c) if so, why ? 
A:- 

(a) 8. Nos. 322/1 & 2, 323/1, 3 and 343/1 have been 
assigned to Harijans of Rambilli village. 

(b) No, Sir, 

(c) Does not arise. 

Village Officers to work as Branch Post Masters 
828.— 

♦ 2091 Q.- Sri P. Rajagopalamidu : Will the Hon'ble 
M mister for Revenue be pleased to state; 

(a) whether the village officers are permitted to work 
as Branch Post Masters and stamp vendors in addition to 
their duties; and 



i$J& &$h^Dm&mb®r, ip6£ Oral Mmers to QtteMi&nM 

(b) if not * the jeftsom *herefc» t 
A:— 
>* '<**) Yfts,Sii\ 

(b) Does not arise, 

Sarva crops in Mothewatilmka 

* {W&S) 1714 Sri A. Sarveswara Rao : Will the tum- 
ble Minister for Revenue be pleased to state : 

(a) whether the Gbvt. ate iti receipt of an application 
in December, 1960 or January, i96i on behalf of Palgude** 
7*^$*f*&$&r Oo-ope$atv#e Society regarding $he,ouHivation 
of 'Sarva' crop in 'Mofcfeew&ribualfa 5 of QudiyaJ^lanlcst %$e% 
Einru taluk, West Godavari District ; 

(b) if 80^ %e extent of land (in acres) desired ; and 

(c) whether the land was assigned ; 

(e) whether it is also a fact that a demand notice 
L|; $grr»i— |$6& fo* the p4yai©n> of k«4 revenue of 
htyfoQIfw** issued to, $, I* 0. Society j Palfcg^eaa, ? 

A:— 

-i rti4»)s "fib* fersskteat «# tk& F. L. €. So»}et^, Pakgudem 
Sled an application dt: 27-1-1961, before the Tahsildaf, 
Eiaro on 28—1—1961. 

(b) An extent of Acs. 200.00. ' 

|$ *Tk» a»8#e# ^ in $h» affirmative. 

(d) In November, 1961. 
fe) The answer is in affirmative. 

, w . , 4po$Q* of Govt- land in <3p*fttr > 

830 — ' * l 

r 

t &i*^JW t «WW fl »l*i.MWiU the 





. , T , c . . e%%, ^e |ieased *& s$#e, * a : , 
(b) the amount of the proceeds of *he kM4 &&m®0 




Ohti Answers id Qtostlokr. mk &** * &■& * 

(a) An extent of Ac. 1478-43 cents 

(b) Bs. 87,217/- (Rupees fifty seven ibonsa&d and 
two hundred and seventeen only). 

Penalty for laom lands m Telagana 

851- 

* (1602) 1576 Q*— Sri A* Ramachandra Beddl: Will 
the honourable Minister lor Revenue be pleased to state : 

(a) the penalty over the land revenue If vied on tba 
ryots and agricultural labourers cultivating laoui lands in 
Telangana Districts at the time of Jatn&bandi during 19$H^» 

(b) whether it is a fact that doable the rate is being 
levied and collected from the cultivators of laoni lands for 
the last six or seven years in Telangana region; 

&\ the seasons for the levy of tb* penalty at the rate 
*£ friar 16 times #f the land revsane duriftg tfe*s fk*r f and 

(d) whether the Government will consider to cancel 
3yy&4&&$*iv% hmf of penalties mpon *he «yof a ! 

(a) Re, l f I8 f t$lM nP< , ! 

(b) Ponbte rata* *t penally mwm kviei and #Uaotod 
from big pattedars, only in Mahbunagar J>$st* 

(c) in Qadwal taluk of Mahbunagar District, 5 to 19 
times penalties were levied on persona who ^oroi^hed on 
$tt tends entered m the Prohibitory Order Book 

(d) In order to discourage occupation of lands entered 
in Prohibitory order Book, such penalties are being levied, 
it is *$*n to the aggr*e*ad individuals to prfcffcr appals to 
**mpefeent higher authorities. 

Pmtas U Ana&hmnam lands 

J # MWW-- §hn&*&mummm8edi$: WtH thai**. 

Ipttftter for Revenne fee fdeaaed to state : 

^ fife Extent of 'An&dheenam' (ownerless) laids jf$r 
wfrklr pattas have been given to the poor in Hanigm taluk 
Nellore di&trtfei from Januarv 62 till now. 



i0$!> 17th December, I962 Oral Answers to Questions* 

(b) The extent of the said land to which pattas are 
yet to be granted. 

(c) The number of applications still pending. 

(d) The reasons for the delay. 

(a) Acres 6913-70 

(b) Acres 37,649-42 
(0) 1446 

(d) Observation of essential procedure to be followed 
(he enquiry, Sub-division, denorcation etc) and also disband- 
ment of special staff from 1-7-1962. 

Collection of donations 
833— 

* 1793 (4789) Q,— Sri P. Mahendranath (Nagarkurnool) 
Will , the Honourable Minister for Revenue be pleased to 
state : 

i it 

(a) whether it is a fact that the Tahsildar of Nagar- 
kurnooi had collected donations from the public for Revalli 
Block for which the opening ceremony has been performed 
recently ; 

4b) if so, the amount collected therefore ; 

(c) the balance remained after necrssary expenditure; 
and 

(d) whether it is also a fact that the said Tahsildar 
is not producing the accounts ? 

* (a) Government are not aware that the Tahsildam, 
Nagarkurnool had collected any donations from t&« 
public in connection with the opening ceremony of the 
Revalli Block In connection with the inauguration of the 
pre-exteusion of Block of Revalli all the Surpanchas of the 
Block met under the Presidentship of the Chairman, 
MahbubnagSr Zgte *Cta^rtu*fe£ &« up a^<$frtlinittee 
officials and a sub C0mtaittee of thfe Su^an^i^d^fedffi 
donations to meet tfae eXMttf <% of $he in»qgml ^notion. 

fM Snb-Oohwnftfee made i^e^olXm^m T^ftpk $* 

fcaidutft with th* Tahsildair.wfeo w^ f t^e ^a*!)^ ^y x 





Oral Answers h Questions*. iftk D*c*mtHtf r i£B? 

(b) The Sub-Committae collected an %mim& of 
Rs. 2,045/- 

(c) the balance is Rs. 249-40 nP. 

(d) the Tahsildar who was Treasurer himself called 
on the Sub-Committee to settle the accounts. 

Assignment of Akamachervu tank bed land 
834— 

* 2820 Q,— Sri T* Chenchartah, (Santhanuthalapadu): 
Will the Honourable Minister for Revenue be pleased to 
state : 

whether the Government intend to assign the 400 acres 
of * Akamachervu ' tank bed land of Peda Ganjara village, 
Gngole taluk Guntur district to the landless poor ( which was 
leased out to the Akamchervu Tenant Society ) m view of 
theiact that the said tank is no longer necessary because of 
t^e construction of the IL C, Canal on the western side of 
the tank. 

* 

No, Sir, 

TJiere ia ban on thfe assignment of waste lands %% tfcs 
disposal of Government except to the extent that pending 
eases of political sufferers may be dealt with on merite. 

Appointment of special staff, 
836.— 

* (1599) 1574 Q. SmU A. Kamala Devi ; Will tb« 
Honourable Minister for Revenue be pleased to state t 

(a) Whether my spedal staff was appointed by tha 
Government during 1961-82 for the issue of pattaa to the 
Government lands under cultivation, 

(b) the extent to which the work .has baen completed 
by tfco Special Staff and the work still pending; and 

(c) if not, the steps taken by the Governmet to comp- 
lete this work ! 

A: 

(a) Yes, 
M. X* A. ¥~{18> 



w \ 



lo$7 17th December, I962 Oral Answers toQuestimh 

(b) From the beginning of the Special drive which 
started in May 1^60 an extent of 10-61 lakh acres was assig- 
ned and an extent of 7.80 lakh acres still available for assi- 
gnment at the end of June 1962. 

(c) The present policy of Government is to stop^al] 
permanent assignment of all un-assigned Government waste 
lands, which should be reserved to soldiers after demobili- 
sation. Hence the question of taking any steps to finish the 
assignment of the remaining land does not arise, 

Deforstatio7t of forest lands for Panagujars in Adilabad. 

8.6— 

* (2029) 1684 Q. Sri G. V. PithambarRao (Laxettipetji 
Will the hobble Minister for Revenue be pleased to state : 

ca) Whether the Government are aware of the fact 
that some landless people were cultivating nearly 800 acres 
of forest knd which was deforested for Panagujars during 
1947 in Mandamarn circle of Laxettipet taluk, Adilabad 
district ? 

(b) If so, whether the Government direct the Revenue 
Officers to issue pattas to the said cultivators ? and 

(e) Whether the revenue is being collected from the 
aaid lands till now? 

A-— 

(a) No 

(b) and (c) Does not arise. 

Laoni lands in Khammam 
837— 

* (#585^ 1718 %—Sri K. Butchiah WU1 the Eon'ble 
Minister for Revenue b$ pleased to strata: 

(a) Whether it is a fact that the Laoni lands on both 
the sides of the P^WJ), iroacfc between Koth&gudem and 
Nagaram and Juloorpad EBuk*K>f in Khammam Dis.fcm* are 
under cultivation; $iidi 

(b) If so, whether pattas were issued to» ths eaftiro^ 
tors? 

A;— 

(a) The answer is in the affirmative. 

(b) JSIo, Sir 



Oral A*smr$ to Questions: tfth December, jfafe &>38 

Inam villages 
838 - 

*(20l») 164rt : Q ~ Sri T. Balakristaiak Will the 
Hon'ble Minister for Revenue be pleased to State : 

(a) The number of mam villages that arc yet to be 
taken over by the Government under estates Abolition Act in 
Chifctoor, 

(b) Whether the Government has received any 
representations recently from the ryots of Muradhavada 
village of Satyavedu taluk regarding tha taking over of the 
said Village ? 



A 



(o) If so the stage at which the matter stands ? 

(a) 10 Villages, 

(b) Yes, Sir, 



(c) This is one of the village transferred from Madras 
State as a result of the Andhra Pradesh Madras Alteration of 
Boundaries Act f 1959 and hence proposals for notification of 
this viiHgn feat* be*n f&&f¥ed tiiil? rw^ntly. As the 
proposals were however found defective, a further report has 
been called for* The Village my be notified as soo$ as the 
fulttbir details called for are received and they are examined. 

Village Chavidies 
839- 

* 1815 Q.— Sri E* Ayyapu Ueddy : Will t\m bm. 
Ministh^t for Beveaue be pleased to state ; 

(a) the amount allotted in the current financial year 
i e. 62-63 for the maintenance and upkeep of the village 
chavidies in the State ; and 

(b) whether there are any proposals with the Govern* 
ment to restore or repair those chavidies that are dilapidated 
and not inhabitable ? 

A :-*• 

(a) Rs* 30,000/- 

fb) No snoh proposals are now pending with §ow«n- 
mmU district Collectors take action wherever meeassary 
for getting the repairs executed within theit t^ 1 *^* °* 



2039 17 th December, 1962 Oral Answers to Questions 

sanction. In cases where sanction of Government is required, 
Government will accord sanction on receipt of proposals from 
Collectors after due examination. 

Distribution of banjar lands in Visakhapatnam. 

840,— 

* Q._ 1790, Shri M. Pitchayya : Will the Hon'bk 
Minister for Revenue be pleased to stats : 

(a) the extent of banjar land distributed to the land* 
less poor and to the political sufferers up to July 1962 in 
Yalamanchali taluk, Visakhapatnam district. 

{b) the extent of banjar land distributed to the poli- 
tical sufferers up to July 1962 in Yellammachali taluk 
Visakhapatnam district: 

(a) Acres. 2333-70 

(b) Acres. 210-02 

Nm-paywent of salary to Padala Surtdu 

8*1 — 

' * \ t * 18U-A Q.— Sri B. Srirama Murthy : Will *be 
hou. Minister for Revenue be pleased to State ; 

(a) whether it is a fact that the arrears of salaw 
and gratuity due to Padala Sundu Peon of Taluk Office 
Srtnga^ara^ukota lit Visakhapatnam district 'has not beejn 
paid to his widow eveft after t#o yfears of his death on 
7—2—1960. 

(b) if so* wh&i are the reasons, l 
A:~ 

(a) Yes. , 7l 

(b) Kb arrears of salary were due to him by tlj# 4!iS% 
of his death. Sanction of compassionate gratuity is £k& 
legal heirs of the deceased is under consideration, ^ie 
delay is due to the enquiry regarding the assets* &ri<$ * liabili- 
ties of *he 4&mm®$ ^ft$er the subijiissipn. Qf ^pet^ion for 
companionate gratuity by the ypid&y? %^4 W^^ 01 ^^^ 



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Oral A*sv*rs to Qnstiw. JfM Dm^m* Wm Mm 

Poramboke land in Chittivalasa 

842— 

* 1785 Q :— Sri P. Sriramamurty : 

Will the hon. Minister for Revenue be pleased to 
State « 

(a) Whether it is a fact that the S. No. 36 in Chitti- 
valasa in Visakhapatnam district is a poramboke land under 
the Government. 

(b) Whether the Government are aware of the fact 
that the Chittivalasa Jute Mills authorities claimed the said 
land aa their own and are not giving permission to hold 
meetings etc., in the said plot of land, 

(c) If so, the action taken in the matter ? 

(d) Whether the Government proposals to hand over 
the said pm of land to Chittivalasa Paaohayat Board. 

A — 

(a) No, Sir. The land in E. S. 36 of Chittivalasa 
village is classified is the village Accounts as 'Assessed Wasio 

Dry*. 

(h) It is reported that the Chittivalasa Jut© Mills 
had pnrcbased the land in question in 1928 through a resto- 
red sale deed No. 160 of 1928. Accordingly, after the estate 
of Chittivalasa was taken over under the Estates Abolition 
Act, the Mills have claimid this land as their own under 
section 19 of the said Act and their application for fixing 
ground rent is under the consideration of the Collector el 
Visakhapatnam. It iB possible that the Jute Mill authorities 
are not therefore permitting to hold mastingsln this area. 

(e) The question whether or not the Mills have a 
claim over the land under section 1 9 of the Act is nnder the 
consideration of the Collector, Visakhapatnam. Until the 
claim of the Mills is rejected, their possession and occupa- 
tion over the area cannot be interfered with. Hence erew if 
the Mills have refused to allow the use of the land for meeting 
purposes as alleged in the L. A. Q., Government eanwot 
interfere in the matter. 

(d) Does not arise in view of the pending enquiries 
under section 19 of the Estates abolition Aot. 



1Q42 17 th December, 1962 Oral Answers t& Qmstwus A 

i 

Pattas tn favour of Purchasers of lands tn Estate Villages. 
843— * „ 

* 1680 (2221) Q,— Sri K. Nanjappa : Will the hon. 
Minister for Revenue be pleased to state : 

whether any proposal is under consideration of tie 
Ctovornment to issue pattas in favour of the purchasers of lands 
in El#fca*e Villages from minor (Service) Inamdars considering 
the facit that pattas are being issued for all kmds of Itratu 
lands by levying on them the full *Taram'» to the eititlf df 
the Inam Abolition Act of 1956 ? 

A:— 

A -proposal is under consideration of the Government 
to amend the Andhra Inams Abolition Act, with a view to 
enable grant of ryotwari pattas being issued to the alienees 
of the Service Inams who &re now in actual possession of 
such inams« 

Collection af land revenue tn Cuddapah 

844.— 

, t *1811. Q.— Sri K+_ Mara Reddy : Will the hon. 
jtfinister for Revenue be pleased to state : 

(a) the amount of land revenue and other revenue 
$pl|ect«4 in Ca4dap&h District with particular reference to 
.JUgiitftpei) Taluk during the collection drive recently; artd 

fb) The total amount of arrears ib the District. 



*k* 



*, fc (a) During the Special drive period an amoufit »f 
Ha, 33*47 »f8&-90 nP., was collected in Cuddapah District 
towards land revenue and loans. Out of thifc, the amauftt 
eoUMfced in Rajampe* Talufc was Rs. 3,92, 045-46 nP., * 

(b) The arrears of Land Revenue in Cuddapah Dist 
t0U I — 10^-1962 were Rs. 20,65,940. 

Survey u Banjar Bkavikunta, . , ^ 

* Ifffl {m*5) Q:— 5M tt m Stemmed Reddy : : Hfol 
tfee hen/ Minist^ *f or . Bsvetnue be plea^bd t& state : n ' 

(a) whether the surrey has been conducted by the; 
Zilk Paxiskad t?e b»DJat Bhatvifemta^f Vftlipftkal* yi$&$«* 
iu Nalgonda taluk and district. 



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(b) If so, whan 

(c) whether the estimates hare been prepared and 
the work has been taken up; and 

(d) II not, the reasons thereof. 

(a) Yes, sir, 

(bj The survey was conducted by Zilla Parii&ad in 
May 1961* 

(c) The estimates are now under preparation and the 
work will be taken up after obtaining the appro? %\ of Stan- 
ding Committee No. of V Zilla Pamhad. 

(d) Does not arise in view of (c) above, 

Man tor mm Btll 

846— 

* m&) nmq^ Sri P.Syammmdara Rao: Will the 
tern* Mmm%0i for Revemue be pleased to slate ; 

(a) whether the Government propose to introduce a 
Moritorium Bill to relieve the ryote ftota fttttebWnaas ; 

(b) if so, when ; 

(c) if not, why not ? 



4 



(a) ; (b) and (e), 



A proposal ta ea*«t %im Madras Agriottltwiats* Belief 
Ant, 1939 with certain modifications to the Tekagana 4rs* 
in the place of the Hyderabad Agrieultwal Debtor* Belief 
Act 9 1956 is under consideration, 

Failure of monsoon 
847— 

* 1801. Q.~ Sri V. Srikrishna : Will the hon, 
Min&ier $m Revenue be pleased to state : 

$*> whether the Goveromeafc f eoeivei a»y reports 
from the Tahsildarsof Palnad and Vinukonda taluks of 
Qu«tar District, about the failure of the nwaaoon this year 
in* tha^t area and the grave situation arising thereof; and 

(b) If so, the action taken thereon ! 



io4$ 17 th December, 1062 Oral Answers to Question^ 

(a) and (b) 

The Tahsildars of Palnad and Vmukonda submitted 
reports to the Collector about the delayed monsoon and the 
crop situation m the Taluks which began to show some 
signs of withering. Their reports were sent before 1 5-8-1 96 -\ 
Even then the situation was that if there were no rams m 
September and October, 1962, the crops would fail, but for 
the time being the crop condition did not call for any alarm, 
Subsequently there were heavy rams as a result of which 
the position has changed completely. The crops thrived well 
No relief has been considered necessary in this regard. 

Salaries of Police Patels and Patwaries in Khammam 
848— 

* (2453) 1732 Q.— Sri K. Buchayyai Will the hon. 
Minister for Revenue be pleased to state : 

(a) the salary per month paid to the police patels and 
patwaries respectively m the taluks of Illendu, BurgansK 
padu and Kothagudem of Khammam district ; and 

(b) whether the Government propose to increase their 
salaries at present ? 

A:— 

(a) Police patels : Usual scale remuneration admis- 
sible under the Watandan system plus interim relief 
sanctioned at Rs. 5/- P.M. each. 

Patwaries : Usual scale remuneration admissible 
under the Watandan system plus interim relief sanctioned 
atRs, 10/-P.M each. 

(b) Not at present, Sir. 

Survery settlement in Jodictharmapuram Village 
849— 

* (20P5) 1662 Q.— Sri V. K Adinarayana ReddyH 

Will the hon« Minister 'for Revenue be pleased to 
state : r m 

(a) whether survey settlement has been completed iijt 
Jodidharmapuram (Agraharam) village of Tadpatri taluk, 
Anantpur district in the year 1960-61. 



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(c) whether representation was made regarding t%# 
high rates of assessment for those lands, sad 

(d) if so the action taken ? 

(a) Yes sir* 

(b) The lands are classified in accordance with their 
soil, and taking into account the above factor and also the 
capacity etc, of the irrigation sources which serve them, 
the rates of assessment were fixed. 

(c) No sir* 

(d) Does not arise. 

Mistakes in Settlement records 0/ erstwhile 

Kangundi Zamindari 
880.— 

*(I107) 1518Q,— Sri A.P. Vajravelu ChettL (KuppamY* 
Will th# hem. Minister for Bevenne be pleased to atate : 

(a) whether jCnppaito taluk ryots association recently 
brought to the notice of the Government the mnummerable 
mistakes and anomalies fonnd in the latest settlement 
records of the erstwhile Kangundi Zamindari area inChittoor 
district; 

(b) whether the Government baa tecetved any re§K*rt 
from the District Collector, Chittoor in the mattarj and 

(c) the action proposed to be taken to correct tins 
records. 

A* « 

(a) Yes, sir. 

(b) The Board's report which was called for i£ 
awaited. 

(c) The Government have recently issued a press 
note inviting all ryots who are affected by an^ ertors in 

survey or settlement to file applications fpt remedial action 
before the Assistant Settlement Officer having jurisdiction 
over their area. The time limit prescribed for filing such 
applications is upto 15—12—02. It is therefore open to the 
aggrieved ryots of Knppam taluk to avail of this remedy. 
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1045 nth December, 1962 Oral Answers to Question^ 

Corruption cases against Village Officers of Nellore DisU 
851 — 

* (2603) 1752 Q.— Sri K. Ramaiah Chowdary : Will 
the hoti Minister for Revenue be pleased to state : 

a) the number of village officers on whom corruption 
cases were filed from 1 — 1—1960 till now in Kavali and 
Udayagiri taluks of Nellore district ; 

(b) the number of persons prosecuted and awarded 
imprisonment and fines ; 

(c) the names of the persons punished together witijt 
their full addresses ; and 

(d) the number of them reinstated subsequently ? 

At- 

(a) and (b) ; Nil, Sir. 
(c) and (d) Do not arise- 

Assignment of dry land in Adom Taluk 
852— 

* (2038) 1660 Q — Sri P. 0. Satyanarayana Raju : Will 
the hon. Minister for Revenue be please <$, to state : 

(a) How many acres of dry land were assigned m 
each firka of Adotii taluk, Kurnool district since January 
1052; 

(b) how many acres of dry land is assigned to each 
applicant ; 

(c) whether pattas were issued to them ; and 

(d) the total extent of land left un-assigned in Kosgi,* 
Nandavaram, Kowthalam, Peddathumbalain firkas of Adoni 
taluk ? 



(a) 


• 


Ac. 


1. 


Adoni 


NU. 


2. 


Bedathumbalam 


107^*4 


3. 


Kowthalam firita 


99-46 


4. 


Kosigi firka. 


238-90 


5. 


Yemiganur firka* 


60—12 


6. 


Nandavaram firka* 


197-87 



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(b) The alignment in individual cases varied from 
0-26 cents to 5-50 acres of dry land, 

(c) Yes, Sir. 

(d) 1288-81 acres 

Enhancement of water rate 
853— 

* 1618 Q,— Sri 3. Vemayya : Will the hon. 
Minister for Revenue be pleased to state : 

(a) whether the enhancement of water rate by 100 
per cent has been given effect to from 1—7—62 ; and 

(b) if so f the reasons therefor 

(a) Not yet. Sir, The draft rule enhancing the 
water rates by 1(30 per cent has not yet been confirmed. 

(b) Certain suggestions and objections to the d^affc 
rule have been received from the SI, L* Aa«» public &ttd 
Associations* tliese suggestions and objections ate under 
the exmination of Government, 

L D. G$> in Revenue department in Kummt 
854- 

* 1803 Q.~ Shrt 2T* K. R. Somw : Will tbt hm*4 

Minister for Revenue be pleased to state ; 

(a) whether tfeew are any toww division clerks workr 
jug in the Bevenue Department since IM7 ia Kurnooi 

district ; who are not so far confirmed ; 

(b) if the answer to Clause (a) h in the affirmative 
the particulars and the reasons for non-confirmation ; 

(c) whether there are any substantive vacanciaa in 
the Revenue department in Kurnool district ; and their 
number ; and 

(d) the reason* for not filling up those Vacancies t 

(a) Yes, 

(b) There are 326 L. D. Cs recruited by the Service 
Coannissio** iff 1847 who a#e awaiting ectaftratfiicm* The 
posts that fell vacant upto 31-10-1958 were filled up by the 



1047 nth December, 1962 Oral Answers to Questim&i 

Collector on 22-12-1959. But subsequently orders wer* 
issued by the Government on 30-5-1961 declaring 31 tem- 
porary posts of L. D. Cs and 16 U. D. Cs posts etc as 
permanent, with effect from the date from which they 
were originally sanctioned. As all the confirmations made 
since 1948 need revision completely the posts have not been 
filled up so far. 

(c) Yea, There are ^7 substantive vacancies in the 
category of Tahsildars, Dy. Tahsildars, U.D.Cs and L D Cs. 

(d) Consequent on the posts of Tahsildars being made 
Gazetted, 3 posts of Tahsildars fell vacant. The filling up 
of those vacancies is under consideration of the Government* 
Proposals to fill up the posts of Dy. Tahsildars are under 
examinnation by the Collector. As regards U.D.Cs and L.D.Cs., 
the confirmations made since 1948 need revision completely 
in view of the fact that some temporary posts have ' been 
made permanent with effect from the date of original 
sanction in G. 0, Ms. No. 950. Proposals to fill up the 
U. D. Cs posts are under consideration. After the confir- 
mation of U, D. Cs the case of L, D. Cs will be taken up by 
the Collector. 

Registration of land in Hyderabad district as Kharij-Khata 
855— 

* 1739. Q Sri E. Ramachandra Reddy : Will the 
hon. Minister for Revenue be pleased to state : 

(a) Whether it is a fact that 300 acres of land bear- 
ing the S No. 282 m Chinadurdla village of Ibrahimpatnam 
taluk, Hyderabad district was registered as Kharij-Khata 
land in 'Sethuvari*. « 

(b) Whether it is a fact that the landlords in the said 
village(foicludmg Mahpatel) and Police Patel viz.. Singare4dy, 
Narayanareddy, Jaggareddy and Gopalareddy etc., have 
registered the $aid land as patta 1 and in their names in the 
village records and Are leasing the said land to other ryots 
and are collecting the rents from them; 

(c) Whether it is also a fact that 112 Harijans of the 
said village have submitted an application on 5 — 1 — 1963? 
to the Government requesting for the assignment of the said 
land to them for cultivation; and 

(d) If so, the action taken by the Government fchejtt-* 
on ? 




Oral Answers to Questions: Jtth D*c*mbr* $0¥ 

(a) As per the pahani patrik of I960, 8L Ho. SftS was 
registered as Kharij-Kbata, Its total area waa registered 
as 293a6 acres only but out of this area 82-21 acres waa 
included in the boundary of Nandhivanaparthi village and 
a supplementary Sethwar to this effect has been issued. Tbs* 
present area of S, No. 282 is therefore 201.35 acres, 

(b In the pabanies of 1950 to 1962 names of the land** 
lords have been registered as occupants of the said land bat 
in the final patti of Jamabandi for the years 1952 to 1962, the 
land is being shown as Kharij-Khata, as sivaijamabandi is 
being levied. The landlords are repoited to be leasing the 
land to other ryots. 

(c) No application was received by the Government 
But the Collector Hyderabad has reported that the total 
number of applications received for the assignment of the 
above area is 165. 

(d) Out of the 165 applications, six applicants hati 
been assigned 26 aeres of land as there waa no dispute about 
their possession. The remaining applications eonld mfcb* 
considered due to general ban on assignment of land. 

Amount allotted by Gmtrt under Grama dhan Sch&n* 

856— u , 

* (1983) 1219 Q,~Sri T. Balakrithmyya : Will the 

hon. Minister for Bevenue be pleased to state : 

the amount allotted to Andhra Pradesh by the Central 
Government under Gramdhaa Scheme for distributing prises 
to ryots for the year, 1961~tt2 and 1962-63. 

No amount was allotted by the Government of India 
under Gramdhan Scheme for distribution of prises* 



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Gold. 

887— 

* 1963 % Sri P. V. Ramana: Will the hon. Minis- 
ter for Finanee arid Oo-operatitfn be pleased to state z 

■if. 

the estimated value of gold in the State in the form el 
jewellery and gold rods (hidden) t 



}049 17th December, l%2 Oral Answers to Questim^ 

A :— 

Government do not have information in this regard, 

Annulment of Sales Tax Act 

* 1939- Q. Sri P. Rajagopala Naidu : Will the hon, 
Minister for Finance and Co-operafcion be pleased to state i 

(a) Whether there is any proposal to annnl Sales 
9?ax Act to reduce the period of reopening of assessment ftom 
years to 2 years; and 

(b) If so 5 when? 
A : — 

{&} There is no sack proposal under consideration* 

(h) Does not arise. 
Assessment of the accounts of the importer of coconuis 

§59- 

* 3(i34 Q.~ Sri P. RajagopaUnatdu : Will the boa* 
Minister ior Finance and Co-operation be pleased to state * 

(a) Whether there is any proposal with the GoVei?n- 
mer^, to assess the accounts of the importer of coconuts at the 
point of first purchase and exempt the retail dealers in coco- 
ntrts from assessment ; and 

(b) If so, 'when it will be implemented ? 



(a) ]$q Sir* * \ 

(b) Does not arise. 

Stay orders for the disbursement of loans to the Multi- 
Purpose C§-op Society, Ganda Boyanapalle* 

860 — 

* 2156, Q. By Sri N. Amarmth Reddy : Will the 
hon. Minister for Finance and Cooperation be pleased^ 



state : 



* . ' 



(a) Whether it is a faot that tljte Jkegiaiii? ac of <^i 
operatives issued stay orders for the disbursement of the 
l<kn* to the M;«Hip*rpGse Go^psrafcife. Ummbg), Gamia 
ranapaUe, Vayalpad Taluk* Cfcisjb0«fe'©litr*<*j »ai J •* ** 



Oral Answers I* Questions: l?tk December, 1963 Jpfa 

(b) if so f whether there la any proposal before the 
Government to allow the District Central Bank to pay Ike 
loans to the Society cancelling the stay* 

(a) Yes, Sir. 

(b) The Registrar of Co-operative Societies has since 
been permitted to advise the Co-operative Central Bank to 
diebnrse the loan sanctioned to the Ganda Boyinapalle 
Co-operative Credit Society. 

Chittor Central Bank 

set— 

* 2164 Q,— By Sri N. Amarnath Reddy (Vayalpad) ; 
Will the hon. Minister for Finance and Co-operation be 
pleased to state ; 

(a) Whether there is any proposal before the Govern* 
meat to supercede the Chittor Central Bank ; and 

(b) if ao, the reasons tlierefor f 
A:— 

(a) No Sir. 

(b) Does not arise. 

Loans by ths Co &peraitv$ Land Mmrtgag* Rank. 

862- 

* 5560 Q — Sri P. Rujmg^pala Naidn : WiH %W 
hon, Minister for Finance and Co-operation be pleased 

to state : * 

(a) Whether loans above Be. 10,000/- weie ia&ned to 
individnals by the Cooperative Land Mortgage Bank during 
1961^82, 

(b) If so, the number of individuals to whom tbe 
said loans were issued. 

(c) The amount disbursed to each, in&ivLA&als* 

(«) *¥eaSir* 
(to *106* 

(e) Particulars telafcing to the amount disbursed ttt 
each radnriduai could aot be obtained, as they hat* to 



loSl frth December I$6$ Oral Answers to Questions: 

be gathered from several Banks, The labour involved m 
gathering the particulars is not commensurate with the 
value to be derived. 

Cattle Breeding Co-operative Societies in Andhra area 

863— 

* 2567 Q.— By Sri P. Rajagopalanaidu : Will the 
hon. Minister for Finance and Co-operation be pleased to 
state ; 

(a) Whether there are any Cattle Breeding Co* 
operative Societies in Andhra area during 1961-62; and 

(b) If so, the number of such societies and the 
strength of their membership during 1961-62* 

A:— 

(a) Yes, Sir 

(b) Societies — 19 . 
Membership* — 183K 

Ricksha Pullers Co-op. Societies 
864— 

* 2367 Q.— Sri P. V. Ramana : Will the hon. 
Minister for Finance and Co operation be pleased to state : 

(a) The number and names of Ricksha Pullers Co- 
operative Societies m the State., and 

(b) The financial aid given to them duiing 1961-62 ? 
A:- 

(a) There is only one in the entire State of Andhra 
Pradesh. The name is "The Rickshaw Pullers' Cooperjative* 
Society Limited, Srikakulam'' in Snkakulam District, 

(b) As the Society was registered only on 8—8 — 1962, 
the question of giving financial assistance to it during 
1961-62 does not arise. 

t. 

District Co-operative Central Bank, Chtltoor., 
865— 

§ 2831 Q.— Sri C. D. Naidu (Chittoor) : Will the 
bon. Minister for Finance and Co-operation be pleased 
to state. , ' > «;•) 



Oral Answers to Quistima l7th December, #62 Jȣ? 

(a) the reasons for superseding the District Coope- 
rative Central Bank, Chittoor soon after its election* last 

bnne. 

(b) when the fresh elect jona will be held for the said 
bank: 

(a) A copy of the proceedings of the Registrar of 
Co operative Socities which give full reasons for superseding 
the Bank is placed oti the Table of the House, 

{b> The matter is under consideration, 

Paper placed on the Table of the House 

Proceedings of the Eegistrar of Cooperative Societies, 

Andbra Pradesh. Hyderrabad, 

Sri G. Viewanatham Chetty, B, Com,, (Eiim) F,R,EJ3* 

(Load). Registrar. 

J?c- No 66110/57. A*2 dated 15—11—58, 

(Order under section 43 (I) of the Madras CcHjperaiUve 
Societfes 4ct, lipft (Ao* V| of 1«32J. W f 

$H& : Supersession: The Ohittoor Diet riot Coo pei at iveCentt«l 
Bank Limited, Ohittor ~ Sup*t8»8M>n ef theComnHttae 
Appointment of Special Offioer - Ordered. 

i 

rabad. J?*». dat^? W-rJirrjNi 
2 O. O, M. S. Ho. 2JS£, Agriculture dated 15-11-38. 

According to the bylaws of the Chittoor District 
Cooperative Central Batik Limited, Chittoor the strength of 
its Board of Directors was 17. Against this strength, there 
werje only 6 directors till 16— 10—68 and © directors there- 
after functioning on the board. On account of this 'poor 
strength of the board, there was no fair representation on the 
committee for agricultural ercdifc societies which constituted 
4he bulk «# eoemiwrabip of the bank. W»sh *he view to have 
» mwm&tm r»jwe*«ii**»g air Interest* concerned; a set of 
^riaed -bylaws was suggested to it by the Eegistrar for 
afofgiiett. "fihe General Body of the bank adopted all the 
bylaw* suggesed to it by the Eegistrar for adoption. The 
Gteuecal Body of the bank adopted all tbe bylaws suggested 
to it except the bylaw No. 11 dealing with the strength of the 

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10& bth December, I962 Oral Answers to Question?. *■> 

board, the various interests to be represented the mode of 
election etc, in respect of which certain modifications were 
made by the bank The bank was advised thereupon io 
adopt by-law No, 11 also as suggested by the Registrar. 
The bank agreed to this and adopted this by law also as 
suggested by the Registrar in the general meeting held on 
31— 8— 1958 according to which the committee which was 
then in existence was to vacate office and the fresh committee 
elected according to the new bylaws was to ressume office at 
a date not later than 31- 10 - 1958. On 29-10-58, a general 
meeting was also held at which 16 directors were elected m 
accordance with the bylaws while 3 more directors were 
nominated by the Registrar as provided m the same bylaw. 

For the purpose of electing the President and office - 
bearers of the bank a meeting of the directors was proposed 
to be held on 9—11 — 1958, for which a notice under the 
date 29 — 10—58 was issued by the President then incharge 
of the bank. 

One of the nominated directors represented to the Re- 
gistrar that he had received the Notice for the meeting ojk 
5—11 — 1958, which was not 7 clear days before the date of 
t^he meeting as required under bylaw 17 of the bylaws of thfe 
hank and requested stay of the elections of the President 
and office-bearers proposed to be held on 9 — 11 — 58. The 
Registrar declined to interfere m the matter, one of tl 
elected directors represented to Government that the Depu*1 
Registrar; Chittoor who was one of the nominated directors 
$hould not be allowed to vote at the meeting. Meanwhile the 
"Government of Andhra Pradesh by virtue of powers vested 
hj them under Section 57 of the Madras Cooperative Socie- 
ties Act ordered **Stay" of the election of the President 
and Ojfioe-bearerp proposed to be held on 9— II— 58, The 
election of Office-bearers was accordingly not held ott 
9 — 11 — 58 and at present there are no duly elected President 
and Office-bearers to function under the bylaws. The Secrfe^ 
tary who is the Executive authority does not have fndl 
powers under the bylaws to run the bank without ^Presi- 
dent and office-bearers. Addend to this, two^ disputes * wane 
filed before the Deputy Registrar of Cooperative Societies 
Chittoor, under Section 51 of the Madras Cooperative* Sodte 
ties Act VI of 32; questioning the validity of the electfottWf 
some of the directors of the bank. It is also repdhed^tteaft 
there are no reasonable ehanoesof smooth working oiUXkfo 
Bank as there are two strong paities arabng the dirtecftbrs ol 




Oral Answers to Qmstimsz fffy Dectmbtfi tifo 

tha batik which are likely to cause continuous frictioo* To 
ensure the smooth working of the batik, to enable it to dis- 
charge its functions and obligations and to safeguard the 
interests of the share holders and depositors of the bank 
and of the Beserve Bank which has sanctioned a credit limit 
of Rs, 23 lakhs to the Bank, the Registrar considers that its 
committee should be dissolved immediately. The Govern- 
ment of Andhra Pradesh, having, in G> 0. No. 2154* Agri* 
eulture dated 15—11—58, by virtue of powers vested in 
them under Section 60 of the Madras Cooperative Societies 
Act, relaxed the provision of section 43 (i) of the Act 
requiring the issue of prior notice to the Committee and 
section 43 (5) of the Act requiring prior consultation with 
the Andhra State Co operative Bank Ltd. Vijayawada, I by 
virtue of powers vested in me under section 43 (1) of the 
Madras Cooperative Societies Act, dissolve the committee of 
the Cbittoor District Cooperative Central Bank Limited, 
Chifctoor and appoint Sri G, Bhima Sastry, Cooperative Sub- 
Registrar now working as Secretary of the bank as Special 
Officer to manage the affairs of the bank for a period of six 
monthafrwo 18—11—1958, 

, *•;*! * * 

Orders fixing the remuneration of tho Special Offider 
undos Seetjoa 43 0) of the Madtas Ceopatativa Societies Act 
will Vi!pUly 9 ,* . 

Export quotas to Cooperative Societies, 

* 25*3 Q,~- Sri P. Rajgopal NaUn : Will the hon^ 
Mtaifteffef Finance and Co-operation b*ple*a«d to »t»tt>. 

(a) whether export quotas were allotted to Coopera- 
tive Societies daring 1961-62 ; , 

^b) if 80, the commodities for which export quotas 
were allotted and 

(c) whether all these quotas wer& fa% utilised 
during 1961-62. 



A:— 

(a) No, Sir, 



(b) and (c) Do not arise* 



1055 17th December, 1962 Oral Answers to QuestMix 

Mechanical Road Rollers under the Zilla Parishads 
867— 

* 1375 Q>— Sri E* Ayyapu Reddy : Will the 
lion. Minister for Planning be pleased to state : 

(a) The number of mechanical Road Rollers m each 
district under the Zilla Parishads ; 

(b) Whether any new mechanical Road Rollers were 
purchased during the years 1959, 1960 and 196 J ; and 

(c) Whether there are porposals td supply on hit 
basis or otherwise more Road Rollers to thfe Zillat P«tnsh^gf 

A:— 

(a) A statement showing the number of Road Rollers 
(St: tement-1) available in each district under the Zil& 
Parishads is placed on the Table of the House. 

tf>) No. 

(c) An amount of Rs. 17*40 lakhs has been sanctioned 
during the current year (1962-63) from the Equalisation 
Grant towards the purchase of 30 new Road Rollers to be 
supplied to Zilla Parishads, 

A&Utcihent of distribution df the 30 Road Rbll&fc 
made among the Zilla Parishads is placed on the Ttfatile 6f tUfe 
House, 

Statement I 

Statement showing the number of Road Rollers availatilb in 

each District under the Zilld PariShad. 

Name of the Zilla No. of ftoad it oilers 

Panshad. available 



X 



1, Cuddapah 

2. Chittoor 
8. Nellore 

4. Medak 

5. Kurnooi 

6. SrikAkulam 

7. Khammam 

8. Mahaboobnagar 
9* Nalgouda 

10. Visakhapatnam 

11. East Godavari ^ 

12. Nizamabad 1 



Oral Answers to Questions: hth December, !gfe tffa 

Statement I! 

Statement of the distribution of 30 Road Rollers made 
among the Zilla Parishads during the current year (ig6&6$}. 



llW If in 



*■* » ■ *■ 



Name of the Zilla No. of the Boad Rollers 

Parishad. proposed to be supplied • 



1. West Godavari 2 

2* Gimtur 2 

3* Krishna 2 

4, Srikakulam i 

5, Visakhapatoam 2 

6, East Godavari 2 

7, Karimnagar 2 

8, Warangal 2 



Adil&b&d 2 

l$ m Hyderabad 2 

1 1 . Anaoiapur 2 

12. Nis&amabad I 
1% Mahaboebimgar 1 

14. Khammam 1 

15. Nalgouda 1 , 

16. Cuddapah 1 

17. Chittoor I 

18. Kttraool I 

19. Nellore 1 
2d. Medak 1 

Total 30 

Accounts Test to the Managers of Patichayat Salltithis 

868— 

» (2821) 1352 Q.- Sri K. Nagayya: Will Ite 
fe#Hi Minister far Plana iag be pleased to atata : 

(a) whether there is any rale that the Matoagftft* ftf 
PattoJteijat Sana i this ahoold pass the Acetaurta Ta*t Pact 
I & II «M»pokorily : 



t ]flp l7th December, 1962 Oral Answers to Question* 

(b) if so, whether the Government are aware of the 
fact that the ex-employees of the District Boards who passed 
only the Accounts Test for the local bodies are being denied 
the opportunity of promotion to that post and are therefore 
put to loss and 

(c) Whether the Government will reconsider to grant 
exemption to the above employees from the said rule ? 

A:— 

(a) Yes, Sir. 

(b) Yes, Sir. 

(c) The matter is already under consideration of 
Government* 

Promotions in the Panchayat Samithis 
869- 

* (2819) 1350 Q.— Sri K. Nagayya : Will the 
hon. Minister for Planning be pleased to state : 

(a) the cadre from which promotions to the post of 
Managers in the Panchayat Samithis are being made and 

(b) whether it is a fact that 2/3rds of the said posts 
have been alloted to persons working m the Revenue and 
l/3rd to the employees of local bodies? 

A:- 

(a) Deputy Tahsildars of Revenue Department, Social 
Education Organisers, Managers, Superintendents, Accoun* 
tants in the TJ. D. Cadre and TL D. clerks (both Government 
and Non-Government) working in Panchayat Samithis, >Zilla 
Parishads and non-Samithi blocks and U. D. Clerks of 
Revenue Department forking as Progress Assistants in 
Blocks. ' 

(b) Yes, Sir. 

Contigent staff in Panchayat Samthis * 

870— 

* 1865 Q,— Sri P. 0. Satyanarayana Raju, : Will th(e 
Minister for; Planing be pleased to state. f t 

(a) wteefcher thsfr* is &ny proposal tp&n&texg W*t& 'tW 
Government to treat the staff paid from 1 contingetociee&ii 




drat Answer* to Questions : nth December, ig$2 

Panchayati Samithis on par with their counterparts in oth& 
departments in respect of their pay scales ; 

(b) If not the reasons therefor ; 

(a) The contingent staff working in Panchayat 
Samithis are treated on par with tbeir counterparts in 
Government departments m respect of payment of wages and 
they are paid according to the rates fixed by the Collector 
with reference to the prevailing market rates as in the ease 
of contingent staff m Government departments. 

(b) Does not arise in view of (a) above. 

Formation of roads in Padabgirala Village, 

Gannavaram taluq* 

, ^ $670) mi Q.~ Sri G« Bema Rm : Wi» *h* 
hon. Minister for Manning be pleased to State ; t 

(a) Whether it was * feet ih*l th* Zilla Pacishad 
Krishna submitted proposals on 23- 11 — 61 for the fcrmatroa 
of roads in Pedaogirala village, Gannavaram tal^q, from tie 
allotment of Sugar Cane Cess Fund ; and 






(b) if, so, the action taken thereon. 



(a) Yes Sir* 



- $* \ * 



(b) The grant available fo* the Vuffm ftafcoiry w«# 
during 1D62-63 was considered to be quite toanftSeWit* 4vm { 
to complete the apiU-ovar- works relating to $ie waar,lS6l~68. 
The above road work % as therefore cmuiidajcta t# be taip? 
np in the coming years according to availability of fund*. A n\ 

Accounts audit of the Panchayat Samithis 

*2660Q.™ Sri Vavi lata Gopalakrishmf^mt »fNll 
tb* hon. Minister for Planning be pleased to state : , 

<a) What arrangements were mads fe* trhe> audit of 
the account e of fche Panchayat Samithis ; and > 

(b) how many Samithis were audited so far t 




1Q§9 17th December, I962 Oral Answers to Qi&sti 

A?— 

(a) the Examiner of Local Fund Accounts, A«dfc#* 
Pradesh, Hyderabad has been appointpd as Auditor to 
audit the accounts of Panchayat Samithis and Zilla Pari- 
shads under the provisious of Section 32 of the Andhja 
Pradesh Panchayat Samit&is and Zilla Parishads Act, 1969. 

<fe) The audit of all the 235 Panchayat Samithis 
e&Hstituied in 1959 has already been completed for the 
year 1959-60 and 4o the end of October, 1962, the audit of 
120 Panchayat Samithis out of a total of 270 Panchayat 
Samithis for the year 1960-61 has been completed. 

Ceiling of the III Plan of A.P. 
873— 

« * / t H 21 Q *~ ^1% Mmmi Naidu, Sn Vavilala 
Qopalakrtshnayya : Will the hon. Minister for Plannta* 
and Panchayati Raj be pleased to state : ^* 

(4) ' Whether ceiling of the Third Five Year Plan of 
Andhra Pradesh, was increased; and' T 

<b) if so, fey what amount f 

(a) No, sir. 

(b) Does no,t ari^e. 

Primary Health Centre at Nimmanapalle of Madanapalle 

874- * l0Ck - l 

Will tiffin Wft"^* PJ**e^<m*wfrlMadawPalh)i 

t>-i-"Wi^teA? i * eaWo, » 8 ofthe doctor working in *h* 

(b$ the .auijafejar <rf rfesds ^n &* o^e ; ,3^ 
aiediciii # tbe anwrant Spent so far on the purchase* tjf 

<*) < a*, b, b. &, 

(b) No beds ars provided fot want #f mffleimt *%&$& 
modatipQ, m ~ 






106i 17th December, 1962 Oral Answers to Questions 

(c) whether the Government propose to repair them 
during this year ? 

A:— 

(a) Yes, Sir. 

(b) & (c) No repairs are proposed during this 
year for want of funds. 

Earth work of road from Mogallur to Hanumanthapuram 

in Kanigiri Taluh 
877— 

* (2008) 1226 Q Sri P> Venkata Reddy : Will the 
hon. Minister for Planning be pleased to state : 

(a) Whether the Government are aware of the fact 
that tenders for the earth work of incomplete read from 
Mogallur to Hanumantapuram m Kamgin taluk of Nellore 
District have been called for and finalised by the Divisional 
Engineer (Highways), Nellore nearly one year back and no 
further steps have been taken so far; 

(b) If so, the reasons for the delay; and 

(o) When the orders will be issued to the concerned 
contractors for the execution of work? 

(a) Yes, Sir. The work is in progress and the work 
k being attended to by the Executive Engineer, Zilla Pan- 
shad, Nellore. 

(b) Originally the Divisional Engineer (Highways) 
was executing the work- He completed only a part of it 
and subsequently it has been transferred to the Executive 
Engineer (Z, P ) for execution. Paucity of funds also appears 
to tte cfae of the causes for delay. 

(o) Does not arise. 

Seed Stores to Yerragondapalem Samithu 
878- 

* (2613) 1285 Q.— Sri P. Suhbaiah : Will the hoa« 
Minister for Planning be pleased to state : 



♦ * 



(a) whether any seed stores has been atta§ha$ to 
Yerragondapalem Swiiitht, Markapur taluk, Kurnool district, 



Oral A nswers to Questions ; 17th December, 1962 I062 

(b) if so, from where the paddy seed was purchased 
before March, 1962 ; and 

(c) if the seed was not purchased from Yerragonda- 
palem ryots the reasons therefor ? 

A:— 

Yes. A seed store has been attached to the Samithi 

since 1960. 

The seed was purchased from the Seed Farm ryots in 
the neighbourhood of Cunibum area (Besthavarpet Block) 
Paddy seed could not be purchased from Yerragondapalem 
block area as the required quantity of G* E, B. 24 paddy 
was not available from the seed Farm ryots due to adverse 
seasonal conditions. Hence seed was purchased from th«? 
Bestawarpeta Block which is the nearest block where seed 
was available with the seed Farm ryots. 

Local development works grant for drinking water wells 
879- 

* 2298 Q.— Sri P. Rajagopal Naidu: Will the 
hon. Minister for Planning be pleased to state : 

(a) whether there is any restriction imposed by the 
Government to spend Local Development Works grant for 
drinking water wells alone ; and 

(b) the reasons for not giving the grant for other 
purposes like construction of school buildings, roads, etc under 
the Scheme ? 

A:— 

(a) Yes. 

(b) In view of the overwhelming importance of the 
provision of safe drinking water facilities in villages, the 
Government of India have given a direction that this vital 
work should be completed in all villages during the Third 
Plan Period. They have asked the State Governments to 
utilise the grant under the Local "Development Works Pro- 
gramme exclusively on drinking water supply schemes till 
this great need is duly fulfilled. 



880- 



Appltcahhty of pay scales of 1916 to the staff 
transferred from Local Boards. 



* (2179) 1245-A. Q. Srt G. Rama Rao : Will the 
hon. Minister for Planning be pleased to state ; 



1063 17th December, I962 Oral Answers to Questions 

(a) phether the pay scales of 1961 area applicable to 
the staff (Clerks, Peons, and Teachers etc*) transferred from 
Local Boards, Municipalities acd Zilla Panshads to several 
Panchayat Samithis in the State; 

(b) if not, why not; 

(c) whether there is any proposal with the Govern- 
ment to make them applicable to the staff mentioned m (a) 
as m the case of those transferred from Government Depart- 
ments to Municipalities, Zilla Panshads etc? 

Yes, Sir. Separate orders approving the revised scales 
of pay merging dearness allowance have since been issned by 
government in Planning and Local Administration Depart- 
ment in respect of employees of Zilla Parishads, Panchayat 
Samithis, Panchayats including teachers and Ex, District 
Board staff working m these institutions. 

Team of Advisers for the Department, of Planning 

* U12 Q — Sri A. Servaswarao : Will the hon, 
MMistw for Planning and Panchayati Raj be pleated to 
state 1 

(a) whether there is any proposal to constitute a team 
o#»4H§viS6rs to examine fehe technical and scientific aspects 
<3^pHrt>tems edncetnidg the department of planning ; 

(b) if so, how ? 

(a) No, Sir, 
,(Nt» tyn* nfA axis©, 

* * SMff&gyif the heqd quarters of the Panchayat 
' ■ " SmmtJn frm Tad&palhgudem 






. , * , <* )( 1 



* (l«Wk'4J« &- Srh T. K. R. Sarma : Will the 
non m mister for Flaumrag be ^l«»8e44o^late ; 

A.— 



J^_ g%* S*„ "Tj «s , „ _. f l i 




Block has beea^o&»i^«fi#*«r¥it^fil^yi^ w io«* *-* 



ty Sfti9§£, 4n<I 



Oral Answers to Questions: 17 th December, 1962 1064 

as it is outside the jurisdiction of the Panchayat Samithi, 
the Government in consultation with the Panchayat Samithi 
and the Collector, West Godavan shifted the headquarters 
of this Block to Nailajerla, It is the general policy of the 
Government to locate the headquarters of a block within the 
block as far as possible and give it a rural bias. 

Separation of Panchayats in Kothur Constituency. 

883— 

* ( n 823-2) 1969 Q : Sri P. Gunnayya : Will the horn 
Minister for Planning be pleased to state : 

(a) Whether the Government have been in receipt of 
representations for the separation of the following Pancha- 
yats in Kottur constituency, Snkakulam District ; 

(i) Kausalyapuram from Bhalabha Panchayat ; 

(2) Noharajo from Naradi Panchayat ; and 

(b) if so, the action taken thereon ? 

(a) (1) Yes, Sir. 
(2) No, Sir. 

(b) The proposed separate Panchayat for Kausalya* 
puram will not be financially viable, The other does not 
arise. 

Implementation of communal 0. 0. to the Panchayat 

Executive Officers 

884— 

* (2639) 1317 Q-Sn S. Vemayya: Will the hon. 
Minister for Planning be pleased to state * 

(a) whether it is a fact that the communal G. 0. has 
not been implemented pertaining to the cadres of Panchayat 
Executive Officers in the State so far ; 

(b) If answer to clause (a) is in affirmative the reason 
therefor j 

(c) Number of Harijans promoted during 1960^61 and 
1961-62 in' all the cadres of Executive Officers m ths State ? 



To65 17th December, I962 Oral Answers to Questions: 



A: 



(a) 


No, Sir. 






0>) 


Does not arise. 






(e) 


Category-year 




No. of Harijans 




From III grade 




promoted temporarily 




to II grade 


1960-61 


Nil. 




Prom III grade 








to II grade. 


1961-62 


6 




From II grade to 








I grade, 


1960-61 


Nil. 




From II grade 








to I grade. 


1961-62 


2 



Merger of D. -4. with pay to the staff under Zilla Parishads 

885— 

* (2613) 1305 Q — Sri A. Sarveswara Rao : Will 
the hoiu Minister for Planning be pleased to State : 

(a) Whether the merger of D, A with pay has been 
ordered in the case of teachers, clerks and other staff under 
Zilla Parishads as was sanctioned in the case of N. G. G, Os. 
felffli %&e staff under Municipalities ; and 

(b) If so, from what date. 

A:— 

(a) Yes Sir. Orders have been issued revising the 
scales of pay in the case of teachers, clerks and other staff 
under Zilla Parishads, Panchayat Samithis. and Panchayats. 

(b) 1 — il— 61 

Survey of Pedacherlopalli Panchyat Board 
886— 

* 1206 (1880) Q.-Sri K. Guruswamy Reddyi Will the 
hon- Minister for Planning be pleased to state : 

(a) Whether the Government are m receipt of a 
representation from the President of Pedacherlopalli pan- 
chayat Board* Kanigixi Taljuk^ Meltere District requesting 
for the survey of the said panchayat in view of the fact that 
the streets of the said panchayat are very narrow which is 



Oral Answers U Questions: 17th December, I962 IQ&6 

causing obstruction both for communications and for laying 
new roads ; 

(b) If so, the action taken by the Government thereon 

A:~- 

(a) No Sir. 

(b) Does not arise. 

Cattle Sales in the Grama Panchayat Bethampudi 
887— 

•(2318) 1265 Q.— SriK.Butcfaah: Will the hon. 
Minister for Planning be pleased to state 1 

(a) Whether it is a fact that the Government have 
issued orders to the Gram Panchayat, Bethampudi of 
Yellandu Taluk, Khainmam District advising the Gram 
Panchayat not to issue transfer certificates when cattle salts 
take place ; 

(b) Whether the Government has received petitions 
submitted on 14th and 15th May, 1962 by the villagers 
through the Divisional Panchayat officer and the Inspector 
of Panchayats; and 

(c) If so, the action taken in this regard. 

A:- 

(a) No, Sir, 

(b) No, Sir. 

(c) Does not arise, Sir, in view of answers to (a) and 
(b) above. 

Anointment of Managers in Panchayats and Panchayis 

Samithis 
8B8-" 

* (2820) 1351 Q— Sri K Nagayya : Will the hon« 
Minister for Planning be pleased to state : 

(a) the number of Panchayats and Panchayat Samithis 
in the Stele \n which Managers liave been appointed ; 

(b) the number of the persons among them who have 
b$e$ pr&p#ted to the said posts from the Revenue Depart- 
ment; and 



1667 hth December, I962 Oral Answers to $ue$tton$i 

(0) The Number of Ex-Employees of the Diatrict 
Boards who have been promoted to the said posts. 

A— 

(a) There are no posts of Managers in Panchayats. The 
number of Managers appointed in Panchayat Samithis is 331. 

(b) 218 
(0) 50 

Pension to Local Board employees 

889— 

* 2571 Q:- Sri P. Rajgopal Naidu : Will the hon. 
Minister for Planning be pleased to state : 

(a) Whether there is any proposal with the Govern- 
ment to give pension to Local Board employees 

(b) If so, when it will be implemented. 
A — 

(a) Yes Sir. A proposal is separately under consi- 
deration of Government to extend the benefits of Liberalised 
Pension Rules applicable to Government, servants to non- 
Govern-ment servants also working in Zilla Paridhads, 
Panchayat Samithis and Panchayats, 

(b) Implementation of the proposal involves additi- 
onal expenditure to the Zilla Panshads, Panchayat Sami- 
this and Panchayats and as such their remarks have been 
called for. Reports are still due from a few Zilla Panshads. . 
As soon as their reports are received Government will take a 
decision in the matter. 

General revision in Panchayats by Valuation Officers. 

8y0— 

* (2189) Q 1248 Sri P. 7. Ramana. Will the hon. 
Minister for Planning and Local Administration be pleased 
to state : 

(a) The Number of Panchayats in which general 
revision was conducted by Valuation Officers upto now; 

(b) The number of Panchayats in Andhra area due 
for general revision m the year 1962-63. > 

(c) The reasons for not conducting' ttoe general revi 
sion in the remaining Panchayats t 



Oral Answers io Questions : hth December, 1%2 2o68 

A:~ 

(s,) In 189 not lfied Panchayats the general revision was 
conducted by the Revision Officers till the end of 25—11 — 62„ 
The work in respect of 2S more Panchats is in progress. 

(b) 180 notified Panchayats. 

(c) The conduct of general revision in the remaimdUj 
Panchayats has been delayed on account of lack of personnel 
of Executive Officers ot Panchayats for additional appoint 
ments of Revision Office* & consequent on the deputation of 
the Executive Officers m batches for training at Samalkot. 

Distribution of Funds Under L. D. Scheme. 
891— 

* 2303 Q.— Sri P. Rajagopal Naidu : Will the hon. 
Minister for Planning be pleased to state, 

(a) Whether it is a fact that the funds under L. D. 
Scheme are distributed to Samithis also ; and 

(b) if so, the reasons therefor ? 
Ar- 
ta) No Sir, 

(b) DoeR not arise. 

Annual income of Bhegapuram Panchayat in 

Bhimulipatnam Taluk. 
892— 

* 1157 (1495) Q,— Sri B. Sriramamoorthy : Will the 
hon. Minister foT Planning be please d to state : 

(a) What is the total population and the annual 
income of Bhegapuram Panchayat in Bhimulipatnam laluq, 
Visakhapatnam District. 

(b) whether above Panchayat is converted into a 
major Panchayat ; 

(c) if not, the reasons therefor ; 

(a) Total population is 6,874. Annual income for the 
year 1961-62 is Rs. 12,186-62. 

(bj No, Sir. 

(o) According to the provisions of section 5 (1) (a) of 
the Andhra Pradesh (Andhra Area) Village Panchayats Act, 

M. L. A. V-7 (20) 



id® 17th December, t%2 Oral Answers to Questions : 

1950, a Panchayat which has got 5,000 population and 
Rs. 10,000/- annual income may be declared as Class I 
Panchayat. The income of Bhegapuram Panchayat exceeded 
Rs. 10,000/- only in the year 1961-62. 

Stage I Blocks uthstng the unspent balances 

893— 

* 2124 Q,~ Sri P. O. Satyanarayanaraju [Sri N. 8ri- 
mvasa Reddy] : Will the hon. Minister for Planning be 
pleased to state ; 

(a) The number of Stage I Blocks that could not 
spend all the funds within the time specified ; 

(b) whether they have applied for extension of time 
for spending the amount ; 

(c) if so, whether the Government have permitted 
such Blocks to utilse the unspent balances ; and 

(d) if not, will the Government use its good offices in 
getting the sanction from Centre to help such Samithis 
that are in backward area to spent the unspent balances ? 

A:- 

(a) If the reference is to the Stage I BLacjb thftt had to 
enter Stage II on 2-10-1962, 65 Blocks out of the 57 Blocks 
scheduled to enter Stage II could not utilise the stage I funds 
fully by that date. This was partly due to non-release of 
funds to the full extent. 

(b) Reports have been received from all except two 
Blocks. 

(c) Yes. Sir. 

(d) Does not arise. 

Recruitment of Block Development Officers by 

Competitive examination. 
894— 

m; V \ m *^-. Sr \&Ayyapu Reddy: Will the hon. 
Minister for Planning be pleased to gtat»e : 

^ (a) whether there are proposals to recruit directly 
certain percentage of Block Development Officer by competi- 
tive extinmcttKm; and * 



Oral Answefs to Questions: nth December, Jg62 J070 

(b) Whether there are proposals to change the official 
(administrative) set up of the Panchayat Samithi ? 

A;— 

(a) No, Sir. 

(b) Yes, Sir. 

Selection as Block Development Officers from Women 
Education Organisers {graduates) 
805— 

* 1423 Q,— Sn P. Rajagopal Naidu : Will the 
hon. Minister for Planning be pleased to state : 

(a) Whether there is any proposal with the Govern" 
mentto select women Social Education Organisers (Gra- 
duates) having more than two years service to the post of 
Block Development Officers ; and 

(b) If so, when it will be implemented ? 
A:— 

(a) Even at present Mukhyasevikas are eligible for 
selection as Block Development Officers provided they are 
graduates and have put in 7 years total Government service 
of which at least 2 years should be in Community Develop- 
ment Programme. 

(b) Does not arise. 

Deputation of U. D. Cs* in the Panchayat Raj to the 

Valuation Department 
896— 

* 1414 Q : Sri B. Sreerama Murthi : Will the hon. 
Minister for Planning be pleased to state : 

(a) Whether it is a fact that the services of some of the 
Upper Division Clerks m the Panchayat Raj administration 
were lent to the Valuation Department in different Munici- 
palities of the State; 

(b) If so, whether it is a fact that their services in 
the valuation Department have been completed and the time 
granted for such personnel has expired, 

(c) Whether it is also a fact that no posting orders 
have been issued to some or all of such persons after the expiry 
of that period of service m the Valuation Department atta- 
cked to Municipality, 



1071 17th December, igt>2 Oral Answers to Questions : 

(d) If so what are the reasons; and 

(e) What special steps are being taken to expedite 
their absorption in their parent department? 

A; 

(a) No Sir. 

(b) Does not arise. 

(e) The Director of Municipal Administration had 
relieved 15 Clerks working under the Municipal Valuation 
Officers on 31—7—62 on the ground that they belonged to 
Panchayati Raj Department. But the -Ex-Commissioner 
of Panchayati Raj held that they did not belong to Pancha- 
yati Raj Department. The matter was then referred to 
government by the Director of Municipal Administration. 

(d) The question as to which of the Departmnts viz. 
Municipal Administration or Panchayati Raj Department 
have to absorb these clerks, was under examination both in 
Planning and Local Administration and Health, Housing and 
Municipal Administration Department. 

(e) Orders have since been issued for the absorption of 
10 Clerks m Municipal Administration and 5 Clerks in 
Panchayati Raj Department. 

Books received in the State Central Library, Hyderabad 

897- 

• 611 (2406) %.—Sri Vavilala Gopalakrishnaiah : 
Will the hon. Minister for Education be pleased to 
et&Se: » * 

(a) the total number of books received in the State 
Central Library, Hyderabad, in terms of section 27 of the 
A. P. Pnblie Libraries Act, 1960 ; 

(b) m here are those books stocked ; whether they are 
bemg made available to the public ; 

(c) if not why not j and 

«n«„.i?* h ® WMe *|»<*kM two copies of books delivered 

K2 S* p *T # ° f W"* P««*»ph •* section, 9 of the 
Press and Registrator of B^ka, Act, 1867 as amended in 

(to ite application to the State of A. PJ, being disposed off 



Oral Answers to Questions: 17th December, 1962 IffiZ 

A;— 

(a) 615 books ; 

(b) and (c) : They are kept separately from the stack 
room lest they should get mixed up with large stocks of books 
purchased for the library. 

The need to supply them to the public did not arise as 
most of the copies of those books have already been purchased 
and arranged in the stack room before their receipt from the 
Registrar of Books ; 

(d) One copy is retained in the office of the Registrar 
of Books and the other copy is sent to the Parliament 
Library, New Delhi, 

Compulsory Education Scheme 

898— 

* 906.Q. — Shri P. 0. Satyanarayana Eajui Will 
the hon Minister for Education be pleased to state : 

(a) the amount spent under compulsory education 
scheme during 1961-62; 

(b) the total number of teachers appointed under the 
scheme for the year ] 96 1-62 ; * 

(c) the number of elementary schools opened during 
1961-62 in the State; and, 

(d) the expenditure involved for the newly opened 
elementary schools ? 

A:— 

(a) Rs. 33,90,3:40/-. 

(b) 3,300. 

(c) 2 443. 

(d) A sum of Rs. 24,05,2i0/- has been sanctioned for 
the appointment of 3,3(0 additional teachers with necessary 
contingent expenditure for purchase of furniture etc. to the 
teachers m order to meet the needs of newly opened schools 
and for the additional enrolment in the existing schools. The 
Local Authorities are also requested to provide adequate 
accommodation, equipment and furniture in the Primary 
Schools by means of public contributions. 



§073 I7ih Dee&mber, I962 Oral Answers to Questman 

Production of a life certificate by the Artists for drawal of 

Pensions 

, ' , » ($6 10) 7 '1 Q.— Sri A Sarveswara Rao: Will the 
hon. Minister for Education be pleased to state : 

£a) whether the Government are aware of the rule or 
ioraoiice requiring all indigent artists (Music, painting, 
fnaina etc.) who are paid monthly subsidies, by the Govern- 
ment of India, all pensioners, who fail to draw the pension, 
or subsidy in the previous month and who applied for pen- 
«ioa or subsidies respectively for the current month to pro- 
iaee a certificate, that he is alive, and a similar certificate, 
for the previous month also; and 

(b) whether the Government propose to abolish such 
rule of practice as it is anomalous ? 

(a) In the fcase of renewal of grants to indigent artiste 
by Government of India, orders require the production of a 
Hit certificate by the Artists for drawal of the allowance. 

If a Government pensioner does not draw his pension 
&H3^€H|tks, th© Treasury Officer Will hive to make an 
enquiry through the local police ag tto the tf&ir&e of his ttdtt- 
appearance. Pensioners who receive their pensions through 
W $f«feaftg«* ofc an Ag£nl are required to produce a life cesfci* 
fieate once a yea* under the rules. 

• * ity Tile gfartfcm df aBdishitig the existing practice 
will be taken up separately. 

Electricity to Marrala etc villages in Bhuvanigiri and 

Ramannapet ttiOiTt 

000- 

* 242 (1595) Q.— Smt A. Kamala Devi : Will the 
hon« Minister for Irrigation & Power be pleased to state : 

" {£) Wheihyi|¥a^^^»t*heTelangan«»Pl»iitri)4g 
fettif Developmfenl JwpM&uraM ef v th« T«lan^»nat Begioiml 
**dndttrittee decjde^O^fe |$$4felitf$)fe J'ebnwryi t%m - U 

%Wi a ^€„%pHM«iai*P*t"^tll^; 8ttd 




v 1 



. (b) • if so the *mm 'ttt^Ww iSWerameot ' fe» 
supply of the same Hmto&tiF* 3 ™** * f ' W ^ 




Oral Answers to Questions*. hth Decemb&r, ig62 lp74 

(a) Yes, Sir. 

(b) This aspect of the matter relates to State Electri- 
city Board. As ascertained from theoi the reply is as follows. 

% 

Electrification of Atmakur Village has not been taken 
up as it is un remunerative. The other three villages are 
prpposed to ba included m the list of villages programmed fpr 
1962-63. 

Survey for Errap Malla Project 
901— 

* 437 (2062) Q:— Sri Rukma Reddy : Will the hon. 
Minister for Irrigation & Power be pleased to state : 

(a) whether survey was made for Errap Maila, Project 
in Kodangal and Kosgi Constituency of Mahboobnag&r 
District ; 

(b) the expenditure incurred on its survey ; and 

fa) th# reasons for not including the project for 
axeonUon tfi*rif*g l@§ £MI3 ? 

A- 

(a) Yes, Sir. 

<b) Rs. 3,220/- 

(c) Since it could not be included in the III Five Year 
Plan due to paucity of funds. 

Land acquisition for the housing purposes in 

Qundlapalli village 

902— 

* (2151) 485- A Q.— Sri Palla Parvata Reddy : Will 
the hon. Minister for Irrigation & Power be pleased to 
state : 

(%) the extent of patta land acquired fox the housing 
purposes during the constructien of project m Gundlapalli 
Village Pe?$rakonda Taluq* N*lgonda Pistrict ; together 
with the number of ryots from whom it has been £$&»»£$$ ; 

(b) whether compensation has been paid to the jryjets 
fpr the pa£ta Imd acquired from them ; 

(c) if not, the reasons therefor ; 



107$ l7th December, 2962 Oral Answers to Questions*. 

(<J) whether compensation will be paid to the ryots 
for the loss incurred by them from the date of acquisition of 
l^nd from them ? 

A:- 

(a) 127 Acres 10 Guntas from 5 aryots. 

(b) Award for compensation for an area of 95 acres 
16 guntas has been passed to be paid to 5 ryots. But 
actually, the payment has been made to 3 ryots only, so far. 

(c) The remaining 2 ryots did not turn up and hence 
their share of compensation could not be paid as yet. 

(d) The compensation to the remaining two ryot 8 
will be paid if they apply for it. 

Supply of Electricity to Madras Government, 
903— 

* 2051 Q:~ Sri P.Rajagopala Naidu : Will the hon. 
Minister for Irrigation and power be pleased to state : 

(a) Whether it is a fact that the State Government 
stopped the supply of electricity to Madras Government and 

(b) If so, how much ? 

At- 

(a) Yes 5 Sir. 

(b) 3510 K.V.A. or about 2800 K. W. 

Construction of Nagarjunasagar Project 
904— 

* 2611 Q.~ Sri P. V. Ramana : Will the hon. Minister 
for Irrigation & Power be pleased to state ; 

(a) when the construction of Nagarjunasagar Project 
will be completed ; 

[ h l A ^^ ther ,5* Gove ™a**ifc ot Andhra Pradesh 
requested the Central Government for more financial aid; and 

Co) if m> the *eply givaa by the Central Government 
tnereon t 

A:- 

(a) It is , not possible to -gfrr a definite date, as "the 
completion of the project depends »po® h W seen the entire 
loads xeqaired will be made available. 



Oral Answers to Questions. 17th December, i9$2 20T6 

(b) Yes, Sir. 

(o) Reply from the Government of India is awaited. 

Godavari Canals Project Scheme (Pochampad) 
905— 

% * 1046 Q: - Sri P, Rajagopala Naidu : Will the hon . 
Minister for Irrigation & Power be pleased to state : 

(a) whether the Godavari Canals Project Scheme 
(Pochampad), was modified by the State Government as 
advised by the Central Water & Power Commission and 
resubmitted; and 

(b) if so, the action taken thereon ? 

A.— 

(a) No Sir, 

(b) Does not arise. 

Rollapadu Project. 
906.— 

* 604 (2392) Q. :— Sri K. Butchatah : Will the 
hon. Minister for Irrigation & Power be pleased to state : 

(a) whether it is a fact that the Government has 
sanctioned the Rollapadu Project m Yellandu Taluq, 
Khammam District; 

(b) if so, the amount sanctioned; and 

(c) when will the Government take up the construc- 
tion work ? 

(a) There is no project named Rollapadu in Yellandu 
Taluq. Probably the member refers to the breached tank of 
Bethampudi Village. This Project has been surveyed and the 
estimate is under preparation, 

(b) Doegf.tiot arise* The estimate of this scheme may 
go upto 9.90 lakhs. 

(c) Soon after the estimate is sanctioned. 

Deletion oj Pulivendla Scheme 

907— 

* (2659) 732 Q:— Sri K. Mara Reddy : Will the h«n. 
Minister for Irrigation & Power be pleased to state ; 

M. L. A. V-7 (21) 



1§ZZ Hth Decemher* 1964 Oral Answers ta Questions : 

The reasons for deleting the Pulivettdla scheme and 
ayacut under Ouddapah South Canal below Papagni river from 
the Ttmgabftadra High Level canal Scheme ; 

A:- 

The Pulivendla scheme was taken out of the Tunga- 
bhadfca H*gh Level Canal on the advice of the vice Chairman 
of the Planning Commission to exclude that part of the 
ayaput likely to be served by the waters of Pennar as it was 
outside the interstate Division of waters and for obtaining, 
the sanction of the Government of India. The Central Water 
& Power Commission suggested that these works were depen- 
dant on Pennar flows which weie to be utilised in supple- 
mentation to Tungabhadra Project High Level Canal Waters 
and might be taken up as separate medium scheme s. 

Electrification in Kurnool District 
908- 

* 848 Q:- Sri E. Ayyapn Reddy : Will the hon. 
Minister for Irrigation and Power be pleased to state : 

(a) the number of villages electrified so far in 
Kumaol District; 

(h) thenujmber of ullages proposed for electrification 
fpjstjfcp yean 19j52~63 and their names; 

(c) the number of schemes investigated and ready 
for technical or administrative sanction; and 

($) thje names of the schemes and the villages inves- 
tigated and included, for execution in the taluqs of Nandyfrl 
and Nandikotkur of Kurnool district ? 

(a) The matter relates to Andhra Pradesh State 
Mectriotty Board It has been reported that 196 villages* 
have been electrified in Kurnool District. 

(b) IS. THe names of those villages ar$ : 

1- Markapuram 6. Telasapuram 

2. K: Nagalapuram 7. Laddagiri 

3. Pasup*&* ' ft Errshttateettipalli 

4. Rudravararp ^ ^ 9. Janganguntla 
& B^di%^^t0Aii > ' 1$^ Koluumlapjdli 



Oml Answers to Questions : 17th December, 1962 I&M 

11. Chauugondla 14. Konidedu 

12. Gorantla 15. Gonavaram 
13 Yarukuru 

(c) 15, 

(4) Nandikotkur Taluk ..„ Nil, 

Scheme Villages Covered 

JBTandyal Taluk *.. Scheme for extension Konidedti 

(Bangan$palli of <supply to SFandi- Gonavaram 

sub-Taluk) vaTgam, Konidedu, Alamuru 

etc., Tillages. Nandivargam 

Electricity Scheme to Villages of Anantapur Taluh 

909— 

* 989 Q:— Sri P. Anthony Reddy : Will the hon. 
Minister for Irrigation and Power be pleased to state : 

(a) whether the scheme for electnf yng Alamur, Bukka- 
cherla etc, villages of Anantapur Taluk has been sanctioned; 

(b) if so, the estimate of the scheme ; and 

(c) when the scheme will be executed ? 

A:— 

(a) The matter relates to the Andhra Pradesh Stat0 
Electricity Board. It has been reported that a scheme for 
extension of supply to Alamur, Bukkacherla and e$rtai^ 
other villages has been administratively approved by tW 
Andhra Pradesh State Electricity Board. 

(b) Rs, 5,03,870, 

(c) The execution of the scheme depends upon the 
wd^r of priority and the availability of funds, whkh are 
search at present. 

1 Maintenance of Nizamsagar Canal Distributaries 

•10— 

* 707 (2589) 1 Q.— Srt Rarinaryana, (Nizamabad) : 
Will the hon. Minister for Irrigation and Power be plea*«tf 

to state : 

(a) why the work of maintenance of Nizamsagar 
dianal dsstritmtories Nos. 52, 53, 54/1 has not been under- 
taken; and 



I 



1079 17th December, I962 Oral Answers to Questions: 

(b) why the cultivators under Masani Reservoir tank: 
and Cangunta reservoir tank Nizamabad taluk, are not 
allowed to cultivate during Tabi crops when there is sufficient 
water in those tanks ? 

A— 

(a) They are regularly maintained and are in good 
bondition, 

{b) The cultivators were not prevented from cultiva- 
tion in Tabi when there was sufficient water in the tanks. 

Execution of work at Srisailam Dam-site 

* 876 Q:— Sri E* Ayyapu Reddy : Will the hon» 
Minister for Irrigation & Power be pleased to state : 

(a) the works so far executed at Dam-site at Srisailam, 

(b) the number and nature of works intended to be 
taken up or in the process of execution at Srisailam, during 
1962-63; and 

A.- 

(a) The works so far executed at the Srisailam Pro- 
ject Dam-site are preliminary investigations, drilling holes 
iti th& River Bed, aerial survey of the Dam site and water 
fi^itead area, tenaporayy water Supply to Camp, construction 
#f jg&itatif* for staff and sheds for labour and sheds for locating 
$& Generating sets for power supply, formation of permanent 
rioad to colony from normal Snsailam road, (partly completed) 
amd formation of a Jeeptrack from Vattivelupally near 
I^rahabad, [Mahaboobnagar Digt.) to Srisailam Dam site. 

^b). The following works have been, or are proposed 
to be taken up for execution during the current year (1962-63) 

(i) Drilling operations for locating the dam founda- 
tions 

, «C*I) Sfad w^kirsmNagarjunasagai Dam to Srisailam 

Dam, ' *«- , - . » 



(iii) Bri^e aetose River Krishna at Srisailam, 



-^ •*»*% ^TiSPfflPS^ ^ lto *8a t xor .accommodation of 
officers and *&&*%$&&&& rite, 



Oral Answers to Questione : 27 th December, 1962 20$O 

(v) Markapur Railway siding. 

(vi) Power supply : (a,} Diesel Station at Srisailam 
(b) 33 K. V. Transmission lines from Kurnool to Srisailam, 

(vii) Permanent water supply to Srisailam Colony* 

(o) The anticipated expenditure on the Srisailam 
Project in the current financial year is Rs, 65 lakhs. 

Metal road between Nagarjunasagar and Srisailam 

912,— 

*863Q:— Sri E. Ayyapu Reddy : Will the Hon. 
Minister for Irrigation & Power be pleased to state ; 

(a) whether bhe Government, proposed to construct 
any metal road between Nagarjunasagar and Srisailam; 

(b) whether any investigation has been done so far; 

(c) the estimated cost of the road proposed; and 

(d) whether any road work«is also proposed to connect 
Srisailam directly with Telengana area? 

A:— 

(a) and (b) Yes, Sir. 

(o) The estimated cost of the proposed road is 
Rs< 37,75 lakhs. 

(d) A Jeep track to connect Srisailam Dam site with 
Farahabad, (Mahaboobnagar Dist ) on the left side of the 
River has been constructed at an estimated cost of Rs.2 lakhs, 
A proposal for the formation of a regular metalled road from 
Srisailam Dam site to Vattivelupalli (near Farahabad^ for a 
length of about 20 miles is under consideration* 

Fitting of electric wires in Cherakupalli Village, Repalli 

Taluk 

913— 

* 735 Q:— Sri E. Subba Raoi Will the hon. 
Minister for Irrigation and Power be pleased to state ; 

(a) the reasons for not'fitting wires etc., though the 
electric poles have been installed long ago in Cherukupalli 
village of Repalle taluq, Guntur Dist ; 

(b) whether this scheme will be completed this year; 
and 



m8£ $#$h Dmgmb&r, 19$2 Oral Answers to Questions t 
(c) if not, when it will be completed ? 

f ^a) The matter relates to the Andhra Pradesh State 
El^yriei^y Board. It has been reported that the delay m 
fitting wires etc., is due to the fact that the works are being 
fe&&0«ted in a phased programme according to the availability 
of funds in* the budget, 

\b) No sir. 

(c) Jt depends on the availability of funds in the 
btt<%et. 

appointment of Consulting Engineers by the Electricity 

Board 

* *2d75 Q— Sri P. Rajagopal Naidu ( Kuchinapudi ) : 
WiH 4fee iion. Minister for Irrigation and power be pleased 
to state : 

(a) whether consulting engineers were appointed by 
the Electricty Board ; and 

(l>) if so, Mie remuneration given to thw ? 



A 



, j(a) The master relates to the Andhra Pradesh State 
SfcN£*ktti$ Board, it has ibee&t reported th&* Ckmsult ltd 
Buganaers feavo not b@en appofaafcerd by the Board. 

\&gKeement u &$*' P&mer from Madras State. 
&15— 

♦ 2051 &,— 5ri £, Rajapopala Nqidu : WU1 the hon. 
Mhrfster for Irrigation aiyS Power be Messed to state :, 



i "* i, 



.j&) Whether^ X&W 1 ^^ ^eu^red foto aja agree- 
qfe, wifth Madras, 0OTOro*?i©at reee^ly to take Bower frjofli. 
em, and * * . 

<4b\ If'a^iteft «itihip«f S^TO^fer d**. f t&fc$A, f r0 m 
Ihem ? j^^ 







Oral An&wers to Questions : 17th December, 1Q62 

A:— 

(a) and (b) : The Government of Madras have recently 
agreed to supply 2800 ILV,A. of Power to this State from 
Chiltoor point. No formal agreement has been executed. 

Construction of 'Motukondala Reservoir' near Basinenipalli 

of Udayagiri taluk 
916— 

* 2143 Q.— Sri P. Venkata Reddy : Will the hon- 
Minister for Irrigation & Power be pleased to state : 

(a) whether the estimates for the construction of 
'Motukondala reservoir 5 near Basinenipalli of Udayagiri 
Taluk in Nellore District have been prepared ; and 

(b) if so, the estimated cost and the stage at which 
the matter stands uow ? 

(a) Yes, Sir, 

(b) Rs, 9>3&,000/- 

The estimate is under scrutiny m the Chief Engineer's 
Ofi&ce*. 

Construction of an anicut near Govindappa Naidu Kandriga 

917— 

* (1091) 99 Q-— Sri D. Gopalaraju, (Nagari) ; WS* 
the hon. Minister for Irrigation & Power be pleased to 
state : , 

(a) whether the Government received a representation 
during 1961-62 from Sri P. Gopalareddy, Ex M, L. A. , 
requesting to construct an anicut near Govindappa Naidu 
Kandriga i. e. near Nallagondla Madugu for facilitating 
supply to Nmdra tank and also to irrigate directly Somaya- 
puram lands that are assigned to the ryots in Keelapoodi 
sV*y&vedu Taluk, Chittoor District ?and 

(b) if so, the action taken dad thfe stttge>at whiok tha 
matter stands*? 

j\. »■■— • 

(a) No, Sir, 

(b^ Does notarise. 



168$ 17th December, lg62 Oral Answers to Questional 

Loan for financing Kothagudem Power Station 

918— 

* 1024 Q — Sti P. Rajagopalanaidu- Will the hon. 
Minister for Irrigation and Power be pleased to State : 

(a) whether loan has been sanctioned by the Central 
Government for financing Kothagudem Power Station, and 

(b) If so, the amount sanctioned ? 

A:— 

(a) Not yet, Sir. 
(h) Does not arise. 
Construction and Estimated life of Nizamsagar Project 

919— 

* 2003 (2524-L) Q —Nallamala Prasada Rao : Will the 
hon. Minister for Irrigation and Power be pleased to state : 

(a) the year of construction and the eatimated life of 
Nizamsagar project ; 

(b) whether it is a fact that the scouring sluices 
which were designed for desiltmg purposes of the reservoir 
had never been operated ; 

(c) whether the crane kept at the dam to lift the 
souring sluices was kept idle ; and 

° (d) if so, the reasons therefor ? 
A— 

(a) The Sfizamsagar Project was completed in 1932 
ancHis estimated life is 125 years. 

(b) No, Sir. 

* (c) and (d) The crane at the deep sluice is designed 
to W#er emergency shutters required to release the deep 
sluice shutter when they go out of order and is not meant 
for liftmg Ihfe deep sluice, shutter^. 

Supply of Electricity to the Villages of Nahirekallu * 

Panclmyai Samithi . t 

920— 

* 547 (227S> 4— Sri N. Srinivpsa Reddy: W^ the 
horn, Minister for Irrigate and Pd&fef be pleased to state: 



Oml 4wtv$rs # Qif^ti^t mk Qqefytper, j&2 2oS4 

(a) Whether the Government propose to supply elec- 
tricity to the village under Nakirekallu Pancbayat Samithi 
Nalgonda District during 1962-63? 

A:— 

The matter relates to the Andhra Pradesh State Elec- 
tricity Board. As ascertained from them, the reply is as 
follows : 

(a) No, Sir, 

Th&r$$$ plant ql Kothagydem 
921— 

* $$1 <^~ Sri ¥. K* Adinarayana Reddy and Sri 
T. Nagireddy'i Will the hon. Minister for Irrigation an$ 
Power he pleased to state : 

(a) Whether the Central Government released foreign 
exchange for the thermal plant at Kothagudem* 

(b) if so, the amount released so far, and 

(c) if not, the reasons thereof ? 

*<- 

(a) Not yet, Sir, excegt^ng R#. 19-4 lakbs which m 
the foreign exchange component of consultancy fees. 

(b) Does nob arise in view of (a) 

(6) The project i^ posed for world Bank loan and the 
World Bank officials are makibg a full appraisal of the same. 

WoH4 Ban\ #0ert$ report on Kofhagudem Thermal Station 

922— 

* »93 Q«— Sri V, K. Adinarayana Reddy and Sri 
W.W&gWeddpi Will the hon. Minister for Irrigation 
afed Bdwe* Ipe pleased to state : 

(a) Whether the World Bank experts have finalised 
lik^w^a^ow J&^iugaiibia Thermal Station after their 
visit to Atidhra ; 

(b) if not, when they are expected to give the report; 

J$ JPfalMf-tiPY have finajjy agreed %q fii^ce this 
Jfcli. A, V-£j(28) 



lvBS 17th December, ig62 Oral Answers to Questions: 

(a) Not yet* 

(b) This has not been indicated by the World Bank 
officials. 

(c) This depends on (b) above* 

Nagavaram dam in Rajampet Taluk 

923— 

* (2855) 829 Q.—* Sri K. Mara Reddy : Will the hon. 
Minister for Irrigation & Power be pleased to state : 

(a) when the Nagavaram dam in Rajampet Taluk, 
Cuddapah District was constructed; 

(b) the total ayacut under this dam that can be 
irrigated; and 

(c) the area now under cultivation? 

A>~ 

(a) In the year 1915* 

(b) The particulars are being gathered by a Special 
Section Officer deputed for the purpese. 

(c) The area now under cultivation is 838. 32 acres. 

* 

Pay Committee recommendations regarding direct 

recruitment of AssU Engineers. 
924.— 

* (%mi) 2021 Q.— Sri P. Satyanarayana : Will the 
hon. Minister for Irrigation and Power be pleased to state: 

/a) whether it in a fact that the Government have 
&eoeptedti95& pay Committee recomendations regarding 
direct recruitment of Assistant Engineers upto 1 /3rd of ; the 
port^j and 

(M if £0, why the said recommendation has not been 

implemented ? „ f 

(a) The Pay Committee's proposal was not to l»v# 
dinect recruitment frora^ among outsiders, but to fill in 
l/3rd of the VadUrtttf *htl>%K acompetetfVe test open to 
junior Engineers in service only. The GovetHrtf^n* ho#e%4# 
decided that 37-1 of the substantive vManoks of As^fetant 



Oral Answers to Questions: nth December, 1962 2o86 

Engineers occurring in the Public Works, Highways and 
Electricity Departments be filled or reserved to be filled by 
" Direct Recruitment " through a competetive test (both oral 
and written) to be conducted by the Public Service Commis- 
sion. 

(b) Implementation of the above decision of the 
Govern inent is pending formnlation by the Public Service 
Commission of a scheme covering the subjects and other 
details for the written examination. 

Development of the Supply Channel of tank at 

Bhimavaram Village 
925— 

* (2131) 473 Q — SrzK. Ramaiah Chowdary : Will 
the hon. Minister for Irrigation & Power be pleased to 
state ; 

(a) whether estimates have been prepared for the 
development of the supply channel of tank at Bhimavaram 
village m Udayagiri Taluk, Nellore District ; and 

(b) if so, when the work will be taken up ? 

A:— 

(a) & (b) Yes, Sir. The proposals are under scrutiny 
of the Local P. W. D; Officers, 

Construction of Supply Channel from the Pillaperu River 

in XJ day agin Taluk. 

926— 

« (1879) 350 Q.— Sri K. Guruswamy Reddi : Will the 
hon. Minister for Irrigation & Power be pleased to state : 

(a) whether the estimates have been prepared by the 
Gqvernment to construct a supply channel from the Pillaperu 
river «* Pedd&eheruvu " at Garimenapenfca in Udayagiri 
Taluk, Nellore District ; 

(b) whether the said scheme has been sanctioned ? 

(c) If so, the estimated expenditure therefor 2 



A 



(a) No, Sir. 

(b) & (c) Do not arise, 



lbtf 17th December, 1962 Oral Answers to Question* i 

Second Crop Cultivation in Nellore District Under Rotation 

System. 

927— 

* (202) 403 Q.— Sri R* Dasaratharama Reddi: Will the 
hon. Minister for Irrigation & Power be pleased to state : 

(a) whether the Government have got any propo$als 
to include Ootukur, Vidavaloor and other villages of Nellore 
District for Second crop cultivation under rotation system; 
and 

(b) if so, the d< cision taken thereon ? 

A: (a) Yes, Sir. 

(b) Certain information called fox from the Board of 
Rfevehuue is awaited. On receipt of it, final orders will 
be issued . 

State Advisory Committee on Irrigation 

928— 

* 192 (1462) Q— Sri Peta Bapatah: Will the hoii. 
Minister for Irrigation and Power be pleased to state : 

(a) the number of times the State Advisory Committee 
on Irrigation constituted for 1961-62 and met ; and 

(b) the subjects discussed at the said meetings ? 
A:- 

(a) The State Advisory Committee on Irrigation cfi<i 
not meet even once during the year 1961-62. 

(b) Does not arise. 

Construction of Shutters on the Dam ofDindi Projfat 

* (2053) 431 Q.- Sri >. Parvatha Raddy : Will %hfe 
hon. Minister for Irrigation & Power be pleased to state : 

(a) when tjjfe construction of the 3 Jft. shutters on 
the Dam of Dindi Project in Devarakohda Taltitl, Mlgonda 
District will ^fevak^ttUpibf the €tovemiivetit as aurvay has 
already been conducted ; 

(b) whether the estimates in this i$g»rd have been 
prepared ; and 

(c) ifso, when the work ^iVlsMi ty f 



Oral Answers to Questions: 17th December, 19&2 1&&8 

A:— 

(a) There is no such proposal. 

(b) & (c) Do not arise. 

Extent of land cultivated under Kaddam Project 

930— 

* (2177) 491 Q — Shri G. Rama Rao : Will the hon, 
Mi£i#tfer for Irrigetion and Power be pleased to state : 

(a) the total extent of land permitted to be cultivated 
under Kaddam Project this year m Adilabad District ; 

(b) the work so far completed regarding flood g&tefe 
and shutters ; and 

(c) the total length of irrigation channels constructed 
so far ? 

A^ 

(a) 12000 acres Abi (in addition to 2000 acres urtdef 
tanks). 

(b) AH head sluice shutters and 10 und^er sluice 
shutters have been completed. The work pertaining to 
flood gates is in progress. 

(c) 80 miles. 

Construction of Gandhi Ramaram Project %n Ja%gaU Taluk 
931— 

*<(2537) 696 Q.~ Sri N. Mohana Raoi Will the 
hon. Minister for Irrigation & Power be pleased io 
state : 

(a) whether it is a fact that survey has been conduc- 
ted for the construction of Gandhi Ramaram Project in 
Jangam Taluq, Warangal District; 

(b) if so, <fch& stage at which the matter stands &$ 
present ; 

i$) whether it #ill be included in the Third Five 
Year Plan ; and 

(d) the extent of Ayacut under the said Project. 



1089 17 tk December, 1962 Oral Answers to Questions ; 

A:- 

(a) Yes Sir. 

(b) Preliminary surveys have been conducted an! the 
cost of the scheme was found prohibitive, 

(c) In view of reply to (b) above this does not arise 

(d) Does not arise. 

Repair of Bandacheruvu at Ikknrti Village, Bhonagir Taluk 

932— 

* (1506) 203 Q.— Sri A. Ramachandra Reddy : 
Will the hon. Minister for Irrigation & Power be pleased 
to State : 

(a) the action taken on the application submitted by 
the ryots of Ikkurti Village, Bhongir Taluk^ Nalgonda Dis- 
trict for the repair of Bandacheruvu in the said Village ; 

(b) the amount estimated and sanctioned for the 
repair of the said tank; and 

(c) when the work of repairing the said tank will be 
taken up ? 

A.— 

(a) The source has been included in the programme of 
tanks to be surveyed. 

(b) This will be known when the estimates are pre- 
pared. 

# 

(c) The repairs will be taken up after the estimate 
is sanctioned. 

Raising crops in Seepage affected lands in Thungabhadra 

Project ayacut lands 
933.- 

*(2432) 628 Q.- Sri P. 0. Satyanarayana Raju: 
Will the the hoti. Minister f otf Irrigation & Po\rer be pleased 
to state : 

(a) The Government policy with regard to raising: 
crops in Seepage affected lands in Tungabhadra Project ayacut 
lands; 



Oral Answers to Questions: hth December, 1%2 lo9o 

(b) whether any penality is being collected for rai- 
sing crops in the Seepage effected lands; 

(c) if so, will the Government permit to raise wet 
crop m the Seepage affected land without collecting any pena- 
lity; and 

(d) if not, whether the Government propose to pay 
compensation to the ryots affected thereby ? 

* 

(a) Thexe is no policy prescribed, 

(b) No penalty is levied, 

(c) & (d) Do not arise, 

Supply of Electricity to the Moosi Project Dam Area 
934— 

* (2044) Q.~~ Sri N. Srinivasa Reddy : Will the turn. 
Minister for Irrigation and Power be pleased to state : 

(a) Whether the Government propose to supply ele- 
ctricity to the Moosi project Dam area for the year 1961-62 ; 

(b) the names of the villages through which the cur- 
rent line will be passing from Suryapet to Moosi Dam in 
Nalgonda District ? 

A ****** 

The matter relates to Andhra Pradesh State Bleotri- 
eity Board* As ascertained, the reply is as follows : 

(a) Necssary line for the extension of supply to 
Moosi project area has already been laid during 61-62. The 
Project authorities are to complete certain formalities and 
as m<m m the same are completed, supply will be released. 

(b) (1) Kt*dkuda (2) Eamannagudem (3) Ramatftr&to 
(*)»• Belvemla (S) Eamachandrapuram (6) Yerkawaram. 

*- 
In the ease of the last three villages, the lines passes 
thttogh the ayacut of the villages and not through the villa* 
ges proper* > > 



1Q$ pth December, 1962 Oral Answers to Questions ; 

Supply of water to the lands of Maddirala 
935— 

* 602 (2390) Q,— Sri K Butchaiah : Will the hem 
Iff nister for Irrigation & Power be pleased to state : 

whether the Government propose to supply wat^f* £& 
the lands of Maddirala village of Yellandu Taluk, Kham 
mam District from the Maddirala Dam this Year? 

A.— 

The answer is in the negative. 

Estimates to the Takulakunta in Nallagundebodue village 

936— 

* (2397) £606 Q.— Sri K. Butchaiah ; Will the hon. 
Minister for Irrigatien & Power be pleased to state : — 

(a) whether it is a fact that the Takula Kunta in 
the Nalla Gundebodu village of Kothagudem Tala 
|j^nai*]jai# Pistrict has been estimated at Rs* 7,6501-; 

(b) whether it has been sanctioned by the Govern* 

mm** #$ 

<e) if not, why? 

A:- 

,{a) ¥#}, Sir. 

(b) No, Sir. 

(o) Opinion of the Revenue Department is awaited. 

Qies&l Power Station at JPfltfiapatnam 




Rao — Will the hon. 
$gMibn arid f Fower be pleased to state t T 

(a) tfhethe* th^fe is » «Be#«l power stafcioa at dBMifaft; 

(b|' &M 4«aatity <d £ow-er ,gsjifeijftt<*f t in >tJw . 4$%goi& 
and 

ment for running the station ?r «m* wn * 



Oral Answers to Questions : 17th December, 1902 S&Pfe 
A— 

Jr. 

(a) The matter relates to the Andhra Pradesh State 
Electricity Board. According to the report of the State 
Electricity Board, there is a diesel Power Station at Pata- 
patnam. 

(b) 1959-60 .... 9485 K. W. H. (Units) 
1960-61 ... 10427 K. W. H, (Units) 
1961—62 ... 10587 K W. H. (Units) 

(c) 1959—60 .... Rs, 13,185. 
1960—61 .... Rs. 10,231. 
1961—62 ... Rs. 10,621. 

Increasing of the Carrying Capacity of Ntzamsagar Canal 

938— 

* (2326) 567 Q.— Sri Harinarayanax Will the hon« 
Minister for Irrigation and Power be pleased to state : 

(a) Whether any scheme was sanctioned by the 
Government to increase the carrying capacity of ETizamsagar 
Oanal. 

(b) if so 5 when ; and 

(c) when it will be completed ? 

(a, b, & c): An estimate for Rs. 121.8 lakhs for impro- 
ing the carrying capacity of the main canal is under conside- 
ration of Government, As this is a perennial canal the work 
will have to be done in 2 to 3 years after the estimate is 
sanctioned. 

Must Irrigation scheme in Ongole Taluk 
939— 

* 666 (25U) Q,— Sri 7\ Chenchaiah : Will the hon. 
Minister for Irrigation and Power be pleased to state: 



1 t 



««< ; ^a) Whether the Government considered the Musi 
Itrig^ioti Sohema in Ongole taluk, Guotpr Disfcjietj 

{by if so; Whether any estimates were prepared for 
^the scheme; and 

{c) the estimajNI[ eos$ vf %k% scheme? 
M, L< A, V~7 (23) 



r lQ93 '27th Decemher, 1962 Oral Answers to Questions-. 

A.— 

(a) Yes, Sir. 

s (b) Yes, Sir. 

(c) The estimated cost of the Scheme is Rs, 39.92 
lakhs for works or Rs. 40.04 lakhs including direct and in- 
direct charges. 

Single Phase meters to the Agricultural Wells 

940— 

* (1597) 243-A Q.Smt. A. Kamala Devi : Will the 
hon. Minister for Irrigation and Power be pleased to state : 

(a) Whether the Government are aware that single 
phase meters * granted to the agricultural wells to which 
electricity has been supplied so far, in the villages of 
Bbuv&tiagiri Taluq are going out of order; and 

(b) If so, the steps taken by the Government to grant 
triple phase meters to the said wells ? 

A:— 

The matter relates to the State Electricity Board. As 
ascertained from them the reply is as follows : 

(a) Yes, Madam* Only three instances were brought 
to the notice of the Department from Bhuvanagiri taluq, 

, (b) Such meters have been replaced by healthy single 
j$*&$a meters, 

''Extension of electricity to some villages in Jangaon Taluk. 
941— 

* (2248) 534 Q.— Sri Mohammad Kamaluddin Akm^d : 
Will the hpn. Minister for Irrigation and Power 'be 
pleas&I tor State :' 

(fi) Whether the Government ordered the survey of 
vila^febf Hariimuchial, Chenal Mushtial and Badhannapet 
villages *df $&«*gaon ta]kiq, Warangal district falling m ®k 

J^ng^B, p^dd^et for extension of electricity there, 

* 

(b) M #% when; and ' * . 

(o) if i^^Mi^m^mn *&ewfes* 



'? 



/ 



Oral Answers to Questions : 17th December, lg$2 lo94 

A:— 

The matter relates to the Andhra Pradesh State Ele- 
ctricity Board, As ascertained from them the reply is as 
follows : 

(a) Yes, by the officers of the State Electricity BoarcJ 

(b) These villages are tentatively programmed for 
investigation during the 3rd quarter of 1992-63, 

(c) In view of (b) this does not arise. 

Repairs to the Right Canal of Palair Project 

942— 

* (2624-Z) 2014Q— Sri N. Prasada Rao : Will the hon. 
Minister for Irrigation & Power be pleased to state : 

(a) whether it is a fact that repairs were not made 
to the right canal of Palair Project in Khammam District for 
the last many years ; 

(b) whether it is also a fact that, due to the negli- 
gence of the repairs to the said canal, some 1500 acres of 
the ayacut have been lying without cultivation for the Wt 
10 or more years ; 

(c) what is the estimated expenditure to complete the 
necessary repairs to the canal ; and 

(d) when the repairs will be taken up by the 
Government ? 

(a) Yes, Sir, 

(b), & (c) & (d) The area under Right Flank Canal is 
deleted from th« ayacut of Palair Project as per the decision 
of Development Committee. The water is just sufficient to 
the ayacut undfcr Left Bank Canal. ^ This area is coming 
under the commanded area of Nagar junasagar Project Left 
Bank GaijaL Hemce no repairs to Eight Flank Channel are 
c^t$mplated f 

Economy during the Construction of Projects 

^ , 4 {2l4£) 781 Q.— Sri B. Sreeramamurthy: Wfllthe hon. 
Minister for Irrigation a»d Power be pleased to state ; 



JogS 17th December, 1962 Oral Answers to Questions : 

(a) whether there are any proposals before the Govern* 
ment for economising expenditure and prevention of wastage 
during the construction of projects ; and 

(b) if so 5 the details thereof ? 

(a) The proposals in regard to the need for admini- 
strative efficiency and economy in costs of constructions are 
under active consideration of Government. 

(b) An over all economy m the costs of cons) ruction 
is proposed to be secuied m 

(1) the size of staff employed for the execution 
of a project* 

(2) in the use of meterials. 

(3) in space and 

(4) in the time taken for completing the projects. 

Research in dam Engineering 
944— 

* 780 (2745) Q.~ Sri B. Sreeramamurthy : Will the 
Hon. Minister for irrigation and Power be pleased to state : 

Whether there is any proposal before the Government 
to spend any percent of the cost value of a project towards 
research in dam engineering for the purpose of evolving new 
Machines, processess etc? 

In the estimates for Major Projects provision is made 
fcir applied re$e&*qh, * peculiar to the structure rtnd^r con* 
straofcion* < * 

V 

Sanction of Power Consumption to the villages 

'•M[Wfo) H03 Q.— Sri Vavilala Gopalajtrishayya : : 
Will the hon. Minister for Irrigation and Power be pteatf#I' J 
to state : 

Whether thVOovernraent propose to consider empower t -i 

santetidn $*• agl|^fe»Tffla^# l (fhePbwe? con, 
sumption i^ea'd ^mf^eWt^dittf »tt|Meer ? ' 



1 * 



vg 



Oral Answers to Questions : ink December, i%2 JtO§6 

A:- 

The matter relates to Andhra Pradesh State Electricity 
Board, and it is under consideration of the State Electricity 
Board. 

Investigation of Uppergedda Drainage Scheme 

in Elamanchili Taluk* 
946 — 

* 508 (2203) Q.— Sri P. V. Ramana : Will the 
hon. Minister for Irigation and Power be pleased to 
state : 

v a) Whether the Uppergedda Drinage Scheme of' 
Elamanehaili taluq, Visakhapatnam District has been 
investigated; # 

(b) if so the estimated amount; 

(c) Whether it will be taken up in the III Five year 
Plan. 

A:- 

(a) Yes, Sir, 

(b) The estimated cost has not yet been finalised. 

(c) It has been included in the Minor Irrigation 
Programmes of III JPive Year Plan, 

> Investigation for the Ralyanapnlova Project in 

Vizag District, 

947.- 

* (2567) 6£& Q,~ Shri Sunkara Appala Naidu : Will 
the hon. Minister for Irrigation and Power be pleased 
to state : 

' (a) whether the investigation for the construction of 
the project of Kalyanapulova (Visakhapatnam Distnct)was 
completed ; 

(b) if m the estimated amount; m& 

(c) when this work will be taken up ? 
A:~ 

- (*Jj It f# undar investigation. 

(b)&(c) Bo not arise. 



I&97 17th December, I962 Oral Answers to Questions ♦ 
Supply Channel from Nerallavagu to Tallapadu Tank 

* (2143) 482 Q— Sri K. Ramaiah Chowdary : Will the 
hon. Minister for Irrigation & Power be pleased to state : 

(a) whether the plans and estimates have been 
prepared for constructing a supply channel from Nerellavagu 
to Tellapadu tank in Kavali Taluq, Nellore District ; 

(b) if so the estimated expenditure therefor; and 

(c) when the said work will be taken up ? 

A— 

(a), (b), (c). The estimate for Rs. 1,35,000/- prepared 
in this regard shows that the benefit that will be accrued 
from this scheme is very small. In view of high cost 
uncertainty of supplies and very low return, the scheme is 
not worth pursuing. 

Palacodu Drainage in Gudivada Taluk. 
949— 

* (2671) 738 Q.Sri G, Rama Rao: Will the hon 
Minister for Irngation & Power be pleased to state : 

(a) whether there is any proposal with the Govern- 
ment t# improve the Palacodu drainage in Gudivada Taluq ; 

t {h \ ! if fi the n ^ mber J of Vllla gw and the total number 
of acres «f land being affected every year by this drain ; and 

a ( tV Wh * at IP be * he ** al cost for the execution of 
the work (i.e. for the repairs to drain) 



Aft 



i * $ 



1$ Yes, Sir, 



„■*>„* ?} ^°°l ri^ geB and the a y ao «t that would be 
affected is about 1,600 acres. De 

(c) Rs. 30,310/-, 

Construction ofreservdir near Kadivedu Village 

Vf Satyavedu Taluk. 

«JFO(J— 



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Oral Answers to Questions- frth December, lg62 Ja&& 

(a) whether the Government received an estimate 
for construction of a reservoir near Sathikoodumadugu n#ar 
Eadivedu village of Satyavedu Taluk Chittoor District; 

(b) if so, will the Government propose to order exe- 
cution of the same during the current year; and 

(c) if not, when? 

(a) No Sir. 

(b) Does not arise in view of answer to clause (a) 
above. 

(c) On receipt of the proposals from Chief Engineer 
(Minor Irrigation) they will be examined. 

Electric Shock in Nellore Town on 3—6~-$2 

951— 

* (1622) 249 Q,~ Sri G.C Kondiahi Will the «hp». 
Minister for Irrigation and Power be pleased to state : 

(a) whether there was a serious accident in Nellore 
town on 3— 6—62 in Santapet, Nellore district, becau&e qf 
careless attitude of the electricity department and thiee 
people ^ere hit by the shocks and were admitted mto 
hospitals ; 

(b) the reasons for the frequent stoppages of electri- 
city in Nellore Town ; and 

(c) whether there are no sufficient staff m Electricity 
Department m Nellore town to attend to repairs in order to 
avoid accidents etc. ? 

A:~ 

(a) The matter relates to the Andhra Pradesh Stafte 
Electricity Board, It has been reported that on &-6-1962 
three persons received minor electric shocks at Santapet, 
Nellore, that only one of them was rendered first aid in the 
t &ps|>ital and that the incident was not due to the carelessness 
^f the Department. 

(fa) As improvement works are m progress m *be 
town, ce*$&iti sfccfcwis had to* be switched off during the* pro- 
gress of work Moreover, due to shortage e£ ^ower at 
Sfochkuttd, the supply to the town had to be changed over to 



lo&g btk December, lg62 Oral Answers to Questions : 

the local power house. On account of this and also due to 
the on-set of monsoon, there were a few interruptions 
which are normal. 

(c) It cannot be said categorically that the staff is 
adequate for maintenance and proposals for additional staff 
are being examined. But the accident under reference is not 
due to inadequacy or otherwise of the staff for attending to 
operation and maintenance works at Nellore, 

Water flowing through the sluice of Peddacheruvu at 

Gartmenapenta 

952— 

* (1852) 351 Q.~Sn K. Guruswamy Reddy : Will 
the Bon'ble Minister for irrigation & Power be pleased to 
state : 

(a) whether it is a fact that water is flowing out 
through the sluice on account of the fact that sluice of 
•' Peddacheruvu •' at Ganmanapenta in Udayagin Taluk, 
Uellore District has been constructed at a lower level than 
the water level of the said work ; 

' (b) whether it is a fast that representations pertain- 
ing to this matter have been submitted to the Honourable 
Minister in the Irrigation Conference held at Nellore District 
( tinting 1958 ; and 

(c) if so the action taken by the Government thereon? 

if l ' ' 

(d) Whether it is also a fact that during last year 
breaches pecurred to the "Peddacheruvu" at Ganmenapenta 
in tJdayagifi Taluk, Nellore Dt, , 

(e) if so, the action taken by the Government to 
repair the breaches J 

9 > i < 

fa) f $o Sir, It is presumed that the word sluice 
mentioned in the question is meant for weir. 

. # >T*. %0 . ** (°) T}l8 v y° bs of Ganmenapenta had requested 
forfaikng'the weir level, appronendmg t^t water received 
through the supply channel was going out through the W#ir 
lasted vi *#ii§|tyirtg i»lo $&e tank, f hw i$ not correct. The 
ea|it# , oa*«^Wil wtfwfci* **mi#riag into the fe^tk ^ ) 



^i* fc ^rf>n?'v v,; $t turnip > *u»rW 



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Oral Answers to Questions : frth December, I962 lioa 

(e) The local officers are taking necessary action in 
this regard. 

Electrification of some Villages in Cuddapah District 
953,— 

* 3658 Q,~ Sri K Mar ar eddy : * Will the hon. 
Minister for Irrigation and Power be pleased to state : 

The stage at which the electrification of the villages 
of Akepad, Mandipalh, Palaputtar, Patnagoloor, Sidda- 
varain, Kendur, Velagmeherla, Ekamarpuram of Rajampet 
taluk m Cuddapah district, stands? 

A:~ 

The matter relates to the Andhra Pradesh State 
Electricity Board* The Board has reported as follows : 

Akepadu \ 

Mandapalli f The scheme has not been approved 

and certain C by the Electricity Board* 

other villages. ) 

Penagalur 

Siddivaram I Investigated and found to be unre- 

Kondur and C nunerative. 

Velagamcharla 

Pulpathur .... The village will be included in the 

next Year's Programme for inves- 
tigation, 

Ekamarpuram ♦♦.. It is reported that there is no such 

village. 

Two Hydro Turbines jor Upper Silent electricity Project 
951 — 

* 947 Q,— Sri G. C. Kondaiah : Will the hon. Minister 
for Irrigation and Power be pleased of state : 

(a) Whether it is a fact that Central Government 
sanctioned two Hydro Turbines for Upper Sileru Electricity 

Project, and 

(b) If so, how long it will take to produee power 
with -them is Siler$ and how much production of power is 
$$pp<#ci of them ? 

M;'L, A. WW - 



* % 



J bit nt% DeeeMU¥, l%% (fral Answers to Que$t\ms\ 

(a) Yes, Sir. 

(b) The fetst utiit of $9 M,W. ia expected to be Com- 
missioned in January 1986 and the second unit of 69 M.W* 
in July 1966* The Power expected from this scheme is 
120 M. W. 

Collapse of Govt. Employees Building at Ganapavaram 

955- 

* $62 Q.— Sri P. V. Ramana : Will the hon. Minister 
for Irrigation & Power b£ pleased to state : 

(a) whether it is a fact that the building constructs 
fot the t^sidence of Government Employees at Ganapavaram 
(HuziiM^4r t&luk)*, NaLgonda District has collapasedj 

(b) if so, the reasons therefor; and 

(c) the loss thereby ? 

A— 

(a) No, Sir, 

(b) Does not arise. 

Construction of P. W. D. road from Jagtidl to Mm*mhpuri 



* (2% S&6 4— Sri typy ana Reddy : Will the 
hon. Minister for Buildings fc&d UcJmmunications be pleased 
fce>fcta$$; 

(a) whether the Govefrnm&nt have undertaken the 
daa^tmdtmtt is£ & W* ©i foa^d ifom J&gtikl to Dhkrmapttri 
m Kanmnagar District; 

i tw $>) *f e0, investigate &*Boimt therefor; a&d 
(c) the jtfiolfcfcfe &k%b f&r ftSs ^mfamtxl 

(a) Yea, Sir. " " ' , ' '1" 

to be oompieW jmp$ m eiw-eiit fioancilH%&. } !P!&^». 
traction of 27 mlttcnr <s%|vei?*a »sd thr^*^rfSp«JbnJHH road 



i<* j 



Oml Answers to Questions*. l7lh December, 102 "i&$2 

is expected to be completed before -the nqxt rainy season. 
The remaining 41 crossings will be taken up when funds are 
available. 

Vizayawada-*Hyder$bad Road 

957— 

* 2205 Q.— Sri V. Visweswara Rao : Will the hoiu 
Minister for Buildings and Communications be pleased to 
state : 

(a) whether the Government are aware that the 
Vijayawada-Hyderabad Road is not properly maintained; and 

(b) whether the Government are also aware that the 
traffic is very much inconvenienced due to the improper 
maintenance at the construction points ? 

A;- 

(a) & (b) Yes Sir. Steps are being taken to effect 
improvements as quickly as possible* 

Bridge across Gowthami branch of Godavari at Alamuru 

058— 

* (608) 29 Q.— Sri V. Visweswara Rao : Will the 
hon. Minister for Buildings and Communications be pleased 
to state : 

(a) whether it is a fact that the Government allowed 
a contractor to start wprk on the bridge across Gospthami 
branch of the Godavari at Alapaun* without entering into 
any agreement with him. 

(b) if so, the r^agops ^oreof; 

(c) whether the Government incrred any loss due to 
lack of agreement. 

A:— 

(a) After the tender was accepted on 16—1—1958, 
the work site was handed over to the contractor on 1-3-1956. 
A piece-wof k agreement, ue. K2 agreement, was executed on 
"—3—1956, 



* n 



(bJE Because the tender was accepted earlier the work 
was jBt$rt#&a&d agreement executed very soon after, 

W ^$£^&s/w$s incused bjr Qoveraifteal;, 



2103 17 th December, 1962 Oral Answers to Questions \ 

Bridge Over big Canal on the Road from Narasapuram 

Town to Railway Station. 

959- 

* (<2400) 607 Q,— Sri P. Syama Sundara Rao : Will 
the boiw Minister for Buildings and Communications be 
pleased to state z 

(a) Whether any proposal is under consideration of 
the Government to construct a new bridge m place of old 
one over big Canal (Pedda Kalva) on the road irom Narasa- 
puram town to Railway Station. 

(b) if so, the stage at which the matter stands at 
present 

(c) the estimated expenditure therefor ; and 

(d) when the work will be taken up ? 

A - 

(a) Yes. Sir, 

(b) & (c) The estimated cost of reconstructing the 
bridge in M- 0/1 of the road across Narasapur Mam Canal 
in West Godavan District is Rs, 300 lakhs. The proposal 
j$ under consideration, 

(d) The work will be taken up after it is sanctioned 
by Government* 

South Bast Railway Zone with Secunderabad as its 

Headquarters 
960— 

* 1069 Q.~ Sri V. Viswaswara Rao : Will the hon. 
Minister for Buildings and Communications be pleased to 
refer to L. A. Q, No, 871 on 7—7—62 and state ; 

(a) whether the Government recommended to the 
Centre to start South-East Railway Zone with Seconderabad 
as &8 headquarters; and 

{b> if so, whether any action has been taken? 
A*- 



Zone was .-_,__,, wv „ ^„ 

with Seconierabai a^ iie Headquarters {and not ~the South 
East Railway 2fofte; a^mtentfonfed iu tire question,) 



Oral Answers to Questions : hth December, ig62 llo4 

(b) It is proposed to take up the matter actively with 
the Government of India, as soon as the situation becomes 
propitious, as it has been already indicated by the Govern- 
ment of India as a result of correspondence from the State 
Government and several representations, that they would 
not hesitate to create a new Zone for operational or organi- 
sational efficiency or of improved service to Railway Users, 

New Railway lines in Andhra Pradesh 

961- 

* 1088 Q,~ Sri K. Rajamallu: Will the hon. Minister 
for Buildings and Communications be pleased to state : 

(a) whether the Government received any communica- 
tion from the Central Government about the seven new Rail- 
way lines proposed by the Andhra Pradesh Government during 
the 3rd Plan ; and 

(b) if so, the details thereof ? 

A:-~ 

(a) Yes Sir* 

(b) In his D,0. dated 16—7—62, the Union Minister for 
Railways has stated that the Railways have been allotted 
only limited funds during the Third Five Year Plan period, 
and that, on the other hand, the latest assessments by the 
Planning Commission are that the rail transport needs at the 
end of thtt Plan period will be marked by higher than those 
originally anticipated, and that there is little hope that any 
of the new lines proposed by the Government of Andhra 
Pradesh will be considered for construction during the Third 
Five Year Plan* 

Bridge Over the Krishna on the National Highways 

962™ 

* 845 Q,~ Sri E< Ayyapu Reddy : Will the hon* Minister 
for Buildings and Communications be pleased to state : 

(a) when the bridge over the Krishna on the national 
highways which passes from Kurnool to Hyderabad is likely 
to be completed ; 

K (b) the reasons for delay in its execution ; 

(c) Whether the approach roads are made nearby; and 



Iia5 Plk December, I962 Oral Answers to Question^ 

(d) Whether the national highway, via Kurnool to 
Hyderabad will be ready fox motor transport atleast by 
fam 1963; 

A— 

(a) By $0—6-1963 

(b) The delay is due to the time taken to obtain the 
approval of the Consulting Engineer, Road Development, 
Government of India, for the designs for the bridge, sudden 
and early floods during the period of its execution and taking 
%%& foundations for pier much deeper than anticipated, 

(c) Yes Sir, 

(d$ No, Sir ; it may take some more time. 

Grievances of Andhra Pradesh Highways Employees, 

963— 

* (2311) Q.— Sri V. Sreekrishna : Will the hon. 
Minister for Buildings and Communications be pleased to state: 

(a) Whether the Government received a memorandum 
on grievances of Andhra Pradesh Highways Employees by 
the Andhra Pradesh Highways Employees Union on 2nd 
July, 1962 J and 

(b) if so, the action Ijaken thereon ? 

A:— 

fa) Yes, Sir. 

(b) The matter is uader consideration of the Govern- 
meat. 

Administrative Control of the Public Gardens* 
961— 

* 899 Q.- Sri JE. Ayyapu Beddy : Will the hon. 
Minister Ht Buildings and Communications be pleased to 
state : 

> (a)** the RepwhneAt under whose $draiai»tratiFe con- 
trail and Jngtatyfeukti n ft* Fu^lic Gardens in Hyd$raba4 ?ity; 
and 

,(*>) ^t^ftot on the Pijblic Gardens in the 
nnancial year IS^WIl ineja^g the salaries and wages of 

me, #*aa w*mm§!$ " 



if ' *#1,« I ' 



Oml Answers to Questions : Irth DttemHr, &$B $J$# 

A.- 

(a) Under the direct administrative control of Ciovem- 
ment in the Pubhc Works Secretariat. 

(b) The expenditure on the Public Gardetas for 
1960-61 including the Zoo in the gardeus is as under: 

Salary. Gardens expenses. Total expenditure, 
h Public Gardens : Rs, 2,C6, 212-76. 

Rs, 66,233-08 Rs' 2.72,445-84. 
Construction of Bridges in Amalapuram Taluk. 

965— 

* (2121-M) Q*-~ Sri Ch. Gmgi Setti {Allavaram) : 
Will tire hon. Minister for Buildings and Co minu nidation^ 
be pleased to state : 

(a) the steps taken by the Government for the 
fedHstfruction of bridges ovfer the four following salty Canals : 

(i) between the sea-port and Bendam v oo* 
Lanka ; 

(n) Komaragiri Patnam and Samntha Kuru ; 

v iii) Satfrantfaa &uru -CkaUapalii j 

* 

(iv) Uppula Guptam - Nimma Jtayala &o&a- 
plli of Amalapuram Taluk, East Godav&rt 
and 

<b) When the cOn&trticfcitm of the btiflftes tf ill be 
%kk&ft u£ 1 

A. 

XjL t f mmm 

(a) Owing to paucity of funds in the III Plan period, 
it is not pda&ible to consider any ptopbsals for tlfe construct 
tion of bridges referred to. 

(b) iDoes not arise. 

t Bridge on Musi River between Qfigote and PodUi 

* 938 Q.— Sri K> Guru$w$my t Reddy : Will the hon. 
teiftbr Wt Mftldft tt & Oi^mtMi^lotts bfe jetted %b state : 

(a) Whether estimates have been prejtefitud $&f ^hfe 
construction of a bridg§|gros f s the Musi river between Ongole, 
(in Gmntur Dist.) and l*oaui in Iftelftbtfe District ; 



U07 l7th December, ig62 Oral Answers to Questions t 

(b) If so, when; and 

(c) the estimated expenditure therefor ? 

A:— 

(a) No Sir; the investigation is still m progress, and 
detailed estimates are not ready- 

(b) Does not arise* 

(c) The expenditure in expected to be roughly 
Rs.5.00 lakhs. 

Licence to run the Motor launches between Rajahmundry and 

Kunavaram 
967— 

* (1254) U6Q>— Sri Md Tahseel (Bhadraehellem): 
Will the hon. Minister for Buildings and Communications be 
pleased to state : 

(a) the number of motor launches for which licence 
have been issued by the Government during 1961 in 
Dhowleswaram to run the boat service in the Godavari 
during the nights from Rajahmundry to Kunavaram; and 

ih) whether the Government propose to issue licences 
for greater number of launches during 1962 that can travel 
more rapidly to facilitate quick transport? 

A:- 

(a) Two, Sir. 

(b) Necessary orders have since been issued by Govern- 
ment m October 1962 permitting more launches to ply in 
the nights from Ra] *hmundry to Agency villages on either 
side of Gowridevipeta subject to certain conditions. 

Appointment of a Lady Doctor at Nirmal 
968 

* 1076 Q.- P. Narasa Reddy : Will the hon. Minister 
for Health and Medical be pleased to state : 

(a) Whether there is a proposal now to appoint a 
Lady Doctor in Taluka Headquarters; at Nirmal Adilabad 
District, 

{Wit not,, whether the Government propose to .poa* 
one, ih view of the special importance of Nirmal in Adilabad 
District; and •««;.» 

' (c) " If &%i%» ft&ifrftereftt; 



Oral Answers to Questions : frth December, ig62 II08 

A- 

(a) The answer is in the negative. 

(b) The answer is in the negative. 

(e) There is no sanctioned post of Woman Assistant 
Surgeon at Taluk Hospital, NirmaL 

Govt. Head Quarters Hospital, Nellore* 
969- 

* (1694) 286 Q.— Sri G. C. Kondaiah : Will the km. 
Minister for Health and Medical be pleased to state : 

(a) whether it is a fact that a monkey removed a 
four month child patient from the hospital ward in Nellore 
Government Headquarters Hospital m May, 1962 ; 

(b) wheter the attention of the Government was 
drawn to the Press Trust of India's news item on this ; and 

(c) if so, the steps taken by the Government to pre 
vent sfceh incidents m future? 

(a) The answer is in the negative. 

(b) Yes* Sir, 

(c) Instructions have been issued to provide alf 
wards in all hospitals with wire mesh, so that no stftfay* 
^ni^U might enter th& wards* The hospital staff have been 
i|iptructed to be alert and see that stray dogs, monkey^ 
efcq,/ do not enter the wards; the co-operation of the st&ff ofi 
the Municipalites etc, has been sought to trap and disposer 
of stray dogs and monkeys. 

Thahdomite Medicine 
970— 

* £62§ Q,~~ Sri S. Vemayya: Will the hon< Mimster 
for JEteatth and Medical be pleased to state : 

(a) whether a medicine by name 'Thalidomite* is 
b$|^uBeft fbr expectant mothers; 

(b) the quantity of the stock of the* said mediate in, 
the State; and 

(c) wither it is a fact that this medicine is dange- 
fWf^Cf babi* after birttt? 

4 ML L, A. V-7 (25) 



Hop lfth BemmUr, I962 Oral Answers to Questions t 

(a) The medicme "Thalidomite" is never imported 
to India, The question of usmg this drug for expectant 
mothers does not, therefore, arise* 

(b) Does not arise. 

(c) This medicine is reported to produce deformed 
babies and congenital abnormality if it is given to expectant 
mothers. 

Hospitals in Nellore Town. 

JWL— 

* 513 (2207) Q.-Sn G. C. Kondaiah : Will (the hon. 
Minister for Health and Medical be pleased to state : 

(a) how many hospitals are there and how many 
doctors are there in Nellore Town; and 

(b) how many rural medical centres are there in 
Nellore District m Panchayat Samithis ? 

A:— 

(a) There are 4 Government Hospitals and 25 Govern* 
kent t doptors including the District Medical Officer and 
ista£t } District Medical Officer in Nellore Town 

1 ''* \ ffl Inhere are no medical institutions called "Sural 
fe#c$tl ? Centres" in the State, There are however 13 
_?imarV ftelth Centres in the Panchayat Samithies aad? 
Ii6ckl f Fundf Dispensarieis in Nellore District. 

Fair Price Medical Shops 
072- 

' ! *' ik%i- Sri P. V. kimana : Will the hon. Minister, 
for Health and Medical be pleased to state : v 

Whether there is any proposal, before the Government 
to open Medical Shops by the Government to supply medicines 
chea$$t^«people ?' ' . 

There is a proposal under cojpd^ra^on of Government 
to start a Chemist &Bfi*ggi$t Shop oil the feSa-d$>eratiVe litfefT 
at Hyderabad. » £} * ♦ i o U 



Oral Answers to Questions : nth December, 1962 Ilk) 

Doctors to serve in rural areas 
973.— 

* 1013 Q.— Sri P. Rajagopal Naidu :- Will the 
hon. Minister for Health ,and Medical be pleased to 
state : 

(a) Whether there is any proposal with the Govern- 
ment to compel M. B. B, S« doctors to serve ia rural areas; 
and 

(b) If so, when it will be implemented? 

A:- 

(a) There are Standing Orders of Government making 
compulsory for every Assistant Surgeon with M B. B. S. 
qualification to work for 1 and 2 years respectively under 
Category 'B' and *C' Institutions as detailed below : 

Category - B : (1) Taluq Headquarters 
Hospitals and Dispensaries in the Agency and 
Unhealthy localities; 

2. Itinerating Dispensaries in the Age- ^ ar * 

ncy Tracts and other places where amenities for 
the Assistant Surgeon are very few; < 

Category - C : (i) Dispensaries attached 
to the Central Jails, Police and Engineering^ 
Colleges and Dispensaries established under L Two years 
Employees State Insurance Schemes. V 

(ii) Primary Health Centres. 

(b) Already being implemented* 

Govt. Hospital at Rajahmundry 
974- 

* (2802) 307 Q,~~ Sri B, Subba Rao : Will the hon. 
Minister for Health and Medical be pleased to state : 

(a) Whether the State Government are in receipt of 
any report from the Central Deputy Minister for Health in 
connection with his visit to the Government Hospital at 
Bajahmundry during the month of June ; and 

(b) if so, the action taken by the Government thereon. 



Ml 17th December, I962 Oral Answers to Questions: 



(a) The answer is m the negative. 

(b) Does not arise. 

Medical College at Warangal 

075— 

* 2288 Q.~ Sri P. V. Ramana : Will the hon. Minister 
for Health and Medical be pleased to state : 

(a) whether the subsidy that was being paid by the 
Government for 50% of the seats in the Medical College at 
Warangal has been discontinued ; and 

(b) if so, the reasons therefor ? 

A:— 

(a) and (b) This matter was discussed with tfee 
representatives of management of the Medical Oollege aft 
Wat&ngal at a meeting held in May, 1962. In accordance 
with the decision taken at this meeting, the Government 
have decided not to make any fresh admissions of their own 
to this college from 1962-63. Therefore, the payment off 
subsidy to the Region al Medical Education Society, Waran- 
gal in respect of 50 seats has also been discontinued horn 

Dispensaries in Kodangal and Kosigi constituency 

976- 

* (2087) 441 Q.- Brt P Rukma Reddy (Kodangal) : 
Will the hon. 8l!*i$te>r for Health and Medical be pleased 
to state : 

(a) the number of dispensaries in Kodangal and 
Kosigi constituency on the eve of the beginning of the fiWt 
pl*&* W# particulars reference to A^oppathic, Ayurvedic 
and y$&ni a$d at the end of 1st and 2nd plans and 1st year 
of 3c| .pi** ; At& 



i ? £ 



(b) the wkmixt allotted for med$e$nes to eat& seetfoSfc, 
i a M 4U^^fe f jp«|^ &pd 4j|irvedic 4urin& the 1, 2 and 
3rd plan periods for Miese dispensaries'? 



Oral Answers to Questions : 17 th December, 1962 Hl2 

A:— 

(a) Number of dispensaries: 



Allopathic Ayurvedic Unani, 



On the eve of Two- ^ Nil One - One Unaam 

the beginning One dispensary v Government dis- 

of the First at Kodangal and pensary at Maddur 

Plan. the other at in Kodangal taluk. 

Kosigi. 

At the end The above dispensa- Nil -do- 

of 1st and nes were upgraded 

2nd Plans. and converted into 

Hospitals with a 
bed strength of 15 
and 2 respectively. 
A Medical and Hea- 
lth Unit was also 
established and atta- 
ched to the Hospital 
at Kosigi. 

1st Year of 
the Third 
Five Year plan do- Nil -do- 

(b) The folldwing amounts mere allotted for 
purchase of medicines : 

1st Plan 2nd Plan 1st year of the 
/period, period. third Plan. 



I, Government Hospital Rs. lis, Rs. 

Kosigi. 3,500/- 15,000/- 4,500/- 

2 Government Hospital 6,857-16 9,000/- 5,500/- 
Kodangal, 

3. Government Unani 
t dispensary at 

Maddnr. 1,155/- 1>155/- 23J/- 



wf»"^wj^w*i»B#**!grf*P*«"«f!WP^^ 



Govt. Hospital at Krishna Devipeta Village in 

Narsipatnam taluk 

4 " * 1*066 Q.— Sri K. Govinda Rao: Will the fcon 
Minister for Health and Medical be pleased to state : 



1123 17th December, 1962 Oral Answers to Questions : 

(a) whether there is a doctor working in the Govern- 
ment Hospital at Krishna Devipeta village, Narasipatnam 
t&iak* Visakhapatnam District ; and 

(b)' if not, why not 1 

^a) The post of Medical Officer, Government Hospital, 
Krishn&devipeta is vacant 

(b) The Officer posted, has not joined, duty. He is 
undergoing Post-graduate Course at Andhra Medical College, 
Visakhapatnam. 

Eradication of Small Pox 

978— 

* 2355 Q.— Sri S. Vemayya : Will the hon. Minister 
for Health and Medical be pleased to state : 

(a) Whether there is any proposal now with the 
Government to introduce special compaign far the eradication 
of the Small-pox in the State; and 

(b) if so, the details of the scheme ? 

A:— 

(a) National Samll pax Eradication Programme is 
already in operation from IAA95Z ; 



(fr ^ |f* *Sr 




(b) A copy of the Plan of operation of the National 
a|| pdx Eradication Programme has already been oommu- 
nfeated to alt the Members of the Legislature with Minister 
(Health and Medioal's) D. 0. letter No. 470i/Jj2/6,U dated 
13rr9— 1962. 

Eye Bank. 
979— 

* (2672) 739 Q.— Sri B. Subba Rao : Will the hon. 
ble Minister for Health and Medical be pleased to state : 

(a) whether there is any «Eye Bank' in the State; 



(b) if not, whether the Andhra Government propose 

to open pooh I^mIe* j^U^RpiupftL Hospitals and the DUi* 
riot Headquarters TCosMW^ 



**~ *r ^iWmn\ uc tir 



Oral Answers to Questions t nth December, l%2 "1$M 

A.— 

(a) No, Sir, * * - 

(b) There is no such proposal at present. 

Industrial Aid 
080— 

* (2237) 1688 Q.~ Sri Md. Ismail (Samalkot) : Will 
the hon. Minister for Industries be pleased to state : 

(a) the number of applications received for Industrial 
aid during the years 1960-61 and 1931-62 from Telengana 
and Andhra areas separately for Small, medium and l&rg^ 
scale, Industries, and 

(b) the number of them given loans and the number 
of applications stall pending till the end. of July 1962 ? 

A Statement is laid on the table of the House, 
Statement Placed on the Table of the House 



'* ' 1 1 '"^ 



s ^j ■ — ■* 

No, of appli- No. of appli- No. of appli- Applica- Pending 
cations recei- cations re* cations sane- tions re- till the 
ved during ceived dur- tioned. jected or end of 

the .year ing the year returned July, 

1960-6 L 61-62. for irre- 1962. r 

gulanties* 

,.„,„, . , . . 11 ' I '" ■ — . - • ■ i ,.i .. i < m — i . t | .. - f I * f, , 1 



(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) 



M *0 m i — WW" 



> I 



Andhra Region- 
' 50 46 34 20 42 

Telangana Region. 
150 100 23 147 80 



£ i i 



* V 



981— 

'*' ^ 1788 Q.— Sri S. Vemayy&i Will the hon. 
Minister for Industries be pleased to state : - « ij 

u) , (li j^)a ^he^herthe Government ate . a Ware of the fact 
that the J^ndlooiA Weavers are not getting their> xMMftseg 
counts of yam at oeling prices ' fixed by the' Ifcdian ff3$V$m 
Milk federation now fottietSfcate ; ,and ■ » 



1U5 17th December, I962 Oral Answers to Questions : 

(b) if so, the action taken by the Government 
thereon 



A:- 

(a) Yes, Sir, 

(b) In regard to yarn supply to Weavers Cooperative 
Societies, allotment cards for the supply o«f yarn on a 
monthly basis have been issued at celmg prices fixed by 
the Textile Commissioner to the Apex Societies who m turn 
distribute yarn to the Primary Weavers Cooperative 
Societies. This procedure has come into force from November, 
1962. 

In regard to Weavers outside the Cooperative fold, 
stdps have been taken by the Textile Commissioner to assess 
the number of looms and to distribute yarn to the Weavers. 

Andhra Handi Crafts Emporia in Delhi. 

082— 

* 1810 Q,— Sri M> Mara Reddy : Will the hon. 
Minister for Industries be pleased to state : 

(a) Whether there are any Andhra Handicrafts 
Emporia, in Delhi ; and 

(b) If so, is it a fact that there are only limited 
varieties of stocks or Handicrafts ? 



(a) Yes, please. 

(b) Yes. The stocks consist mostly of A. P. Handi- 
crafts having export value, like Nirmai ware, Bidri ware, 
Toys, Ivory and Horn ware. Silver Filigree work, crochet 
lace, Himroo and Carpets. 

Mmgalore Tiles Factory in Katrenipadu 
983- 

. ^ * $3 17) 1707 Q.— Sri V. Srikrishna : Will the hon. 
Minister iot Industries be pleased to state : 

(a) Whether the Government sanctioned loan some 
8 ye&as back to a Mangalore Tiles Factory in % Katf enipadu, 
Kazvid Taluk* Krishna District ; 

(b) If so, the anfonnt/ sanctioned ; 



Oral Answers to Questions* 17th December, 402 U^S 

(c) The amount recovered so far ; and 

(d) the action proposed to be taken to realise the 
remaining amount ? 

A:- 

<(a) Yes» 

(b) Rs. 77,000/- (Rupees Seventy Seven thousand) 

(c) Rs. 2,525/- has been recovered towards principal 
so far. 

(d) The borrower did not utilise the loan amount for 
the purpose for which it was sanctioned. The loan was, 
therefore, foreclosed and the Collector, Krishna was reques- 
ted to recover the loan as arrears of land revenue under 
Section 18 (1) of the Madras State Aid to Industries Act 192 £* 

Pamphlets published by the Small Scale Industries 

984- 

* 1874 Q,~ 8ti P. Rajagopal Naidu : Will the him. 
Minister for Industries be pleased to state :. 

(a) the number of pamphlets published by the Small 
Scate Industries Service Institute during 19§l-62 and 

(b) the cost incurred thereon ? 

A:~- 

(a) Only one pamphlet in 5^00) copies, 

(b) Invoice for the expenditure incurred is yet to be 
received from the Government Press. 

Industrial Estate in Khammam. 

* 1805 Q,— Sri N. PrasadaRaox Will the horn 
Minister for Industries be pleased to state; 

(a) whether there is any proposal before the Govern- 
ment to start an Industrial Estate at Khammam; 

(b) if so, when; 

(c) whether any site has been acquired for the said 
purpose; j , 

(d) how many applications have been received by 
fche €te^#rn«t?»t im^omrmi^im therein; 



It)? 17 th December, J 962 Oral Answers to Questions : 

(e) what aTe the conditions to be fulfilled by the 
applicants for obtaining a post; 

(f) what is the assistance that will be given by the 
Government to the applicants, and 

(g) the industries that will be encouraged by the 
Government in the proposed Estate at Khammam, 

A:*- 

(a) An* Industrial Estate at Kothagudem will be 
established instead of at Khammam. 

(b) During 1962-63. 
($) Yes, Sir. 

(d) 17, 

(e) No plots will be allotted on an Industrial Estate 
of conventional type, 

(f) The Government will give financial assistance and 
also help the industrialists in procurement of controlled tfaUr 
material, 

(g) All Small scale Industries, except those involving 
ftha fcse of stainless steel and other non-ferrous metals, Rice 
Mills, flour mills Oil Mills and others which produce gas#s 
etc, injurious to health also ^ill not be permitted. 

Show Rooms for the Goods Produced by Small Scale 

Industrial Units 
986— 

* i$t$*Q*— Sri P. Rajagopal Naidu : IViH the hon. 
Minister for Industries be pleased to st&tfe : 

(a) whsHsltfe* ifto Gbvdriratent is cotitetoplating to open 
•show rooms m each district to exhibit the goods prodtw^ll 
in small scak industrial units in the district; aa4 

(b) if so, wheti they will be %tfcr^d ! 



*A'£^ * 



(a) r &o,Sir, 

Industrial Co-operatives in Twin Cities 









Oral Answers to Questivns: frtk December, lgfe ^iS 

(a) the number of industrial co-operatives in th$ twin 
cities of Hyderabad and Secuncterabad at present ; 

(b) the amount granted during 1981-62 to the sg,id 
industrial co-operatives ; and ; 

(c) the tqrn-over of the Industrial Co-opera^W^s 
during the above period ? 

*:- 

(a) The number of Industrial Co-operativ^ in the 
twin cities of Hyderabad and Secunderabad at present is 136, 
In addition, there is the Andhra Pradesh Tappers Co-opera- 
tive Federation Ltd. , Ramakoti, Hyderabad financed by the 
Andhra Pradesh Khadi and Village Industries Board during 
1961-62. 

(b) The amount granted to the Co-operatives during 
the year 1961-62 was Rs. 3,96 lakhs. An amount of 
Rs, 4b,023/- was sanctioned by the Board as grant to the 
Andhra Pradesh Tappers Co-operative Federation during the 
same period. 

(c) The turn-over of the Industrial Co-operatives dur- 
ing that period was Rs, 24*26 l^kfrs. 

Cetatfiic Factory at Dkpne 
988— 

* J.862 Q,— Sri P. O. Satyauarayana Raju : Will the 
hon. Minister for Industries be plea$£$ to ^tate : 

(&$ whether th.e Government p|opo?§ to improve the 
Ceramic Factory at Dhone, Kurnool District ; and 

(b) if so, what would be the proposed expenditure; 
and, 

(o) what are th* items m respect of which improve- 
ments are proposed ? 

(a) Yes, 

(b) ' The nnanoiaHmpUeatioris are being worked out. 

(c) It is proposed to convert this training unit into 
,fc pfoduotfofc trait and run the same on eommereial lines for 
pt<y$.mM&& of stone~Wre proda#ts> refractories etfo. This is 
tittd©* exami nation. 



Hlg Ink December, 1962 Oral Answers to Questions*. 

THeconstitution of the Andhra Pradesh Khadi and Village 

Industries Board 

989— 

* 1606 Q«— Sri V. Srikrishna : Will the hon, 
Minister for Industries be pleased to state : 

(a) whether the Government reconstituted the Ahdhra 
Pradesh Khadi and Village Industries Board m the year 
1962 ; and 

(b) if so, the names of the members and the office- 
fo$a#ers and the said Board ? 

(a) Yes, Sir, 

(b) The names of the members of the Board are as 
follows :~— 

1. Sri P, Thimma Reddy. — Chairman. 
(Member-non Official)* 

2. Sri Pandit NarandrajL — Secretary. 
(Member-non* Official)* 

3. SriMeduri KTageswara Rao. — Member, 
(Non^Official). 

4. Sri N. Raraabhadra Rajn. — Member* 
(Non-Official). 

m * ~ ' 5, l 'Sfi & R. Venkateshata. — Member, 

(Non-Offifcial)* 

; ^ « ) f i • ,§. T&m Director of Industries — Member. 

anct Commerce. (Official). 

f **< *'7 # Financial Adviser (Indnstries), — Member 

(Official)- 

Preparation of Illicit Liqur in Srungavarapukota Taluk 

11I7V— — 

» m\ • M'>- Sri K. AppaUmidu : Will the hon. 
IjfJKi^te^ for IS^gjj^e and, ^rphibition r be pleased to state : 

(&S iMwi^^r®itime»'(\mmh^ -during 1931-62 by 
tbe Prohibition Tt^ttemwktft^mmg Jo the prepftra*j«n„ $£ 
illicit liquor in &»ag*Yaf»fwi&ofca taluk ¥4aakh^*ti»»if» 
district. 



Oral Answers to Questions : 17th December, 1$$2 $$& 

(b) the number of persons awarded imprisonment and 
fines, respectively; 

(c) the number of persons who paid the fine ; and 

(d) the number of cases dismissed by the courts ? 



4:- 



(a) 46 

(b) Imprisonment-15 
Fines. 19 

(c; 19 
(d) 9 



991 



Local Liquor Permits 



* 2378 Q* Sri C. D. Naidu i Will the hon. Minister 
for Excise and Prohibition be pleased to state : 

Is there any proposal with the Government to issue 
local liquor permits for the poor people who arc addicted to 
liquor on furnishing the medical certificates? 

The answer is in the negative. 

Expenditure in Prohibition Department. 

m- 

* (1897) 1622 Q.— Sri 8. R. Dalta : Will the hon. 
Minister for Excise and Prohibition be pleased to state ; 

the total amount of expenditure incurred under various 
heads for the maintenance of the Prohibition Department for 
the years 1960-61 and 1961-62? 

A:- 

1960-61 Rs. 7,73,824- 

1961-62 Rs* 30,04,058. 

Pilot Schemes for Prohibition 

* 2382 Q.— Sri Sarweswara Rao : Will the hoti. 
»**&&>* for Excise & Prohibition be pleased to state : 

' * ' (af whether thef 6 is any proposal with "the Govern- 
ment to introduce Pilot schemes to make prohibition a oomp- 



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iUi t7th December, 1962 Oral Answers to Questions : 

l$fe$ success by entrusting the responsibility of implementing 
prohibition to Sarvodaya Workers ; 

{h) if so, the remuneiation and allowances proposed 
to be paid to each worker p$r month ; and 

(c) whether Eluru town of West Godavan District 
will also be selected for the pnrpose of implementing such 
Pilot scheme ? 

A:— 

(a) & (b) The matter is under the consideration of 
the Government. 

(c) The answer is in the negative. 

Legal aid t$ the Pqq* by Guntur Bar 
994:— 

^ v **(2t>»i)<1314 Q.~Sn K.Nagaiah: Will the hon. 
Minister for law and Information may pleased to state : 

(a) whether it is a fact that some members of the 
Quntur Bar who are willing to serve the deserving poor liti- 
gants have sent their names to the district Collector j a$$ 

(b) if so, the action taken thereon ? 
A:- 

(a) Yes, Sir. 

(b) A panel of 34 advocates is available witfc the 
Collector and as and when occasions arise their services will 
Wtrtalfeed : 

Buildings to the City Civil Courts and Presidency 

Magistrate Oourt 
995- 

* 1367 Q,~ Sri E. Ayyapu Reddy : Will the hon. 
Minister for Law and Information fye pleased to state : 

(a) whether there are proposals to construct buildings 
to the City Civil €fe&i*& and* Presidency (City Magistrate 
Couct) ; 

(b) If so when the completion of the buildings <j$ 
expect^ and ^ ^ ^ 

(c) whefehes tfeatje tfr© p*f$#a$| «£o doattEiWS'fc EeflMkSc 
tial <m$*tecs to thp §i;b^di^b 3?tt$tej^l £|fficers serving in 
bfc#*et^i& cities? ' ' " " , * 



Oral Answers to Questions ; Ink December, i%2 il%£ 



A: — 

(a) Yes, Sir, A proposal to construct buildings im 
all the courts m the city is under active consideration of the 
Government. 

(b) As early as possible. 

(c) No, Sir, 

District Mmsijps Courts Srung&varapu Kcta 
996— 

* 1333 Q.~ by Sri G. Dharma Naidu : Will the ton. 
Minister for Law & information be pleased to state : 

(a) whether the Government intend to open a district 
Munsif 's Court at Srungavarapukota, Visakhapatnam dis- 
trict for the disposal of the Civil suits; 

(b) if so, when; and 

(c) if not, the reasons therefor? 

A:- 

(a) No, Sir. 

(b) Does not arise, 

(c) The number of institutions arising from Srunga- 
v&rapukdta taluk is so small that there will not be siiffioiejrt 
work for an officer even under simultaneous system. 

Information Centre at New Delhi. 

* 1473 Q— Sri K* Rajamallu : Will the hon, 
Minister for Law & Information be pleased to state : 

* 4&) whether the Government eonsidered'the proposal 
Mr starting an information centra at N#w I^slhi ; attd 

(b) if so, what frctild be the app$ownuit§ *^nj^ 
expenditure of the establishment including staff etc, f 



(b) The proposal is still trader consideration anil '16*© 
estimate of expenditure Jw» ##t - P fc Hen WQrke&ou*. 



1123 JtHh December, i$62 Oral Answers to Questions 
Documentary film of late Sri Kandukuri Veeresalingam 

998— 

* 1357 Q.-~ Sri V. Srtkrtshna : Will the hon. 
Minister for Law & Information be pleased to state : 

Whether the Government received any communication 
from the Central Government on its decision to produce a 
documentary film on the life and work of late Sri Kandukuri 
Veeresalingam ? 

A-- 

The answer is in the affirmative, 

C /. S. Quarters for sale 

999— 

* 2529 Q.— Sri G. Sanjeeva Redely. (Siripur) will the 
horu Minister for Municipal Administration be pleased to 
state : 

(a) whether it is true that the Government have 
decided to dispose of the C. I, B. quarters through sale to 
the tenants in Hyderabad and Secunderabad cities. 

(b) f if so what price has been fixed for the sale of the 

(c) if price for the sale of the houses have been fixed 
whether the rents realised so far from the tenent had been 
deducted from the prices fixed ? 

1:- 

(a) I>e Housing Board has offered for sale the City 
Improvement Board quarters in Hyderabad city to tb« 
existing tenants. The Town Improvement Trust houses at 
Sectittaer&ft&d.naVe not; so far, been offered for sale. 

(b) A statement indicating the sale price fixed fqf 
varions types of City Improvement Board houses at different 
localities in Hyderabad city is placed oorth* fable of the 
House* 



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(c) ^^ihsweris^tSWgltiVel^ ' 



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Statement Lard of the Tabfe of titer House; 

S*a4enieiit showing tbe Sale Price of tfe^CiAf h&fsWemefrt) 
Board Souses in difi^see^leealit'k^el '^4Gmbe&G&y. 

y riff i ii tf ' ' ' " "' ■'■■ "' ' ■ ' " | lh ' ~ " ■ 

Sk Sata jprice of 

fife". Type of Buildings* ^lie Building, 



JS&. 



Aghap$r&< 

1. Special Class .... ... 17,4?02 

2. I Class ... .... 8,573 

3. A Class .♦.» *... 4,741 
£ IIClWSs .... .... 4,373 

5. B Class .... .... 3,137 

6. Ill Class .... •.•* 2,631 

f. Special C Class .... .... 3,562 

8. C Class .♦. •" 1,574 

ft. D Class .... ** 903 

Azampura 

i.* A Class .... mm 4,4*09 

% B Class .... .... 2,084 

& CClasa .... .... #19 

4l D Class .... ,.. 7.84 

Bazaar Noorul %klmm 

1. A Class -.. .... 4,669 

2. B Class ••• ,*.* 1,941 
$ € Claw ••*• •••• 1,<>05 

Bhoiguda 

1. D Class *.. M.. 746 

Ohabeerpura 

W ; D. Chf&s o« — 815 



tv «•*■ 



n 



'rr.^ 



Amberpet 



1. A. Class r *... ♦.« 4,438 

2. B. Cla^s ' .... .... 2,833 



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112$ ' frth December, I962 Oral Answers to Questions'. 



MMMDMhImm^i 



SI. Sale price of 

No. Type of Building the Building. 



«ia**a*apMa««aaaaa*paNM~. aaaw«M|MMaHMMaMMW* ■»— ■ ■ > « i" 



3. C. Class .... ..♦• 1,512 

4. IX Class (two categories) .... .... ( 1,946 

(806 

5. Single Room Tenement. •••« ••* 1,187 

6. Two Room Tenement. .... •••• 4,423 

Brranagunta 

L I Class .... .... 6,317 

Gowlipura 

I. D. Class ... .... 806 

Khairatabad 

1. A. QLmb .... ... 4,784 

2. B. Class ... ... 3,044 

3. C. Class ... .., 4,225 

(Two categories) .... ... 1,608 

4. D, Class ...♦ ... 2,034 

(Two categories) »... .,.. 837 

5. Singls Room Tenements ... .... 1,900 

(Two categories) .... ... 1,473 

Lingampally 

1. Special Class .... ,.. 18,907 



2. 1 Class 



»••« 



•♦• 



1. B« Class 



.... 



... 



•+• .... 



7,367 



,, Sultan Bazaar 
1. Special Class .... .... i6>2 80 

9,643 
7,641 



2. A. Class 

3. B. Class 

4 - a Glaa * ... ... 5^606 

Sultan Shahi 



* .» 



.jf 



JSTo# fixed 



Oral Answers t& Questions: 17th DecemHr, 1q62 J.126 



2, I Class 


b*«f 


3. II Class 


»•* 


4. Ill Class 


... 


5. IV 


•••• 


6. A. Class 


*••. 


7. B. Class 


* 


8. C. Class 


... 


% ** \ 


Malakpet . 


L A. Class 


... 


2, B, Class ( 

4. Bobble Room Tenements 



SI. Sale price of 

No, Type of Buildings the Building, 



*4%tffaH*MIMril****ta«*MNMt«pH 



2. C. Class ..* ... ( 4,048 

(Two categories) .... „. t 1,378 

3. Single Room Tenement •••« ... 1,674 

4. Donble Room Tenement .... ... $,502 

Yadgar Hussain Kunta 
1. D. Class .... ... 806 

Mahimpura 
1. Single Room Tenement ... ... 2,092 

1. Special C. Class ••« .... 3,098 

Panjagutta 
1. Single Room Tenement, ... >•♦• 4,313 

Satfabad 
L Single Room Tenement ... ... t,527 

1 Special Class .... ... 9,778 

6,698 

' 4,388 
2,232 
1,309 
4,741 
3,201 
1,674 



... 



.... 



• M* 



•••• 



.•*• 



*••« 



... 



... *«* 

... 



4,327 
2,825 
4,093 
3,861 



U%7 fcih 9&s&nker, 38§2 Qmi Atwmrs t9 Qmstimj . 



l ll | ll|l » l ] «Wlt|W l '' , ' ^" l »** ^l*''W«"»^^ 



W* Sale price of 

$Jo* Tfp!B #f Buildings the Bmldmg. 

j m x ' u4-i ' -*nm.wmunj-mjMijm i .uin) iii i ii JuiEwt i ii i i waiiiwaiMqw'w'JWww'^ "■ ■ ■ ■■ i ^_ 

Moghalpura 

I. A, Class ... A „ 4,525 

.2. B. Class ... .... ,2,884 

3. C. Class ... ... 1,492 

4. II Class w * .... 3,607 

Nampalll 

1. A. Class ... ... 4,638 

% B. CJass „. ^. ^533 

3. C. Class ... ... 1,350 

Purani Havel't 



1. A. Class 

2. B. Class 



**• •♦* 



• •• 



» * • 



4,913 
3,127 



3. C, Class ... ... i, 7i0 

2?«raJ Housing mi Cooperative Basis. 

. 1552 Q:- Sn P tfsmgpfAla Naidu : Will the hon. 
Minister for Municipal Adn3fnistratfon and Housing be plev 
1^ *o state; 9 r 

''' (a) Whether there is any scheme for rural housing on 
^fc-operatiye basis ; and . 

j • ft? ff 8 °» * he »?»«nt allotted for the above purpose 
dwmg the .third Five Year Plan ? ywpww 

(a) No Sir, 

(b) Does not arise. 

Acquisition of tenW&oistructing buildings 

4-oai— . . ? / 

* (1W ) ?'—, *4 P. Rajagopal NaidU : ' #ill the 

tr^xjz ***» m %.^ sift 



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Oral Answers to Questtons: 17th December, 1962 l&B 

(a) the amount of loan got by the State Government, 
towards land acquisation for the year 1962-63 for constructing 
buildings m the State; and 

(b) whether this* amount is going to be utilised in rura 1 
areas also? 

A: 

(a) An amount of Rs. 20.00 lakhs has hmn allocated 
by the Governmant of India during 1962-63. 

(b) Answer is in the negative. 

Change of wards m Vijayawada Municipality 

* (1691-w) I953-A Q,— Sri V. Visweswara Rao: 
Will tke Efom'bfe Minister for Municipal Administration be 
pta&g&d to state : 

(s>) whether the Government propose to change the 
wards in Vijayawada Municipality } and 

(b) if so. the reasons for change of wards ? 

(a$ The Government have issued orders ip G* Q*Ul9. 
No. S28, M. A., dated 18—7-62 for revision of 8 war^B in 
Vijayawada Municipality* 

(b) Tfco population of Vijayawada Municipality has 
increased to 2.33 lakhs as per 1961 census as against 1.61 MA» 
i&|ft$l ian4 consequently th<& voting strength incqreawi to 1.5 
lakhs* 2ph* residents of Hannan&npet and the old 9th and i$fcii 
wards and also others requested revision of wards on account 
of H^4fe^ariiy of voting strength and as there vas no 
can^gtiity <rf area ^* The Commissiener and Spse&al Officer, 
Yilfynw*><fo J^uflipipality and the Director of IJfrwricipal 
Administration have also considered th#t $lmW$ i*$P 
necessary for some wards. 
nh < - > 

t v, Clomreaf iw Price $&£p$ fy Hpkrti&ai 

Mtf$ciparkkttffl'hiofr 
1003*^* 



V* u **$ 



for Maaiuip'at adtatatetxfttiott 1>6 pleased to Btate : 



1129 17th December, 1962 Oral Answers to Questions : 

(a) whether it is a fact that the Hyderabad Municipal 
Corporation has taken a decision for the closure of the 
Municipal fair Price Shops ; and 



r 

A: 



(b) if so, way ? 



(a) No, Sm 

(b) Does not arise. 

Drainage and water Supply Schemes, 

1004- 

* 1050 Q.— Sri P. Rajagopalnaidu : Will the Honou- 
rable Minister for Municipal Administration and Housing 
be pleased to state : 

(a) whether there is any scheme with the Government 
to allow Municipalities to raise loans for executing drainage 
and water supply schemes; and 

(b) if so, when it will be implemented 

A:— 

(a) & (b) :- The question of feasibility of obtaining , 
loans by the Municipalities from Life Insurance Corporation 
for executing Water Supply and Drainage Scheme is under 

consideration. 

House building Cooperative Societies 
1005— 

* 855 Q«— Sri E. Ayyapureddy : Will the hon'ble 
Minister for Municipal Administration be pleased to state : 

(a) the number of House building Cooperative Societies 
in State upto 1—4—1962 and the total amount lent to them ; 

(b) the total number of houses constructed by the 
Societies so far ; and 

(o) whether any of the societies is located it* the 
rural area, if not, whether the Government propose to 
organise rural house building Societies ? 

A:— 

(a) 373 Societies are functioning and a sum of 
Es # 290 66 nP, lakhs has been lent to tfc*j» as loan. 



Orut Answers to Questions: bth December, 1962 U30 

(0) 2,888 houses have been completely constructed and 
12C9 houses are under construction. 

(c) The answer is in the^ affirmative. There are 144 
houses Building Societies in major and minor Panchayats. 

Income ofSrisailam Temple 

1006- 

* 1392 Q,- Sri & Ayyapu Reddy : Wall the hon. 
Minister for Endowments be pleased to state : 

(a) the annual income of Snsailam temple for the 
year 1961—62 ; 

(b) the number of transport buses owned by the 
Srisailam Devasthanam and the annual income therefrom 
for the same period ; and 

(c) whether there are proposals to connect Snsailam 
and Tirupati by direct Devasthanam's bus transport ? 

(a) The annual income of the temple for Fash 137 1 
isRs. 14,39,150-18 n. P« 

(b) The Devasthanam owns nine buses- The annual 
income from the Devastbaaam buses for Fash 1371 
was Rs. 7,63,095-10 u. P. 

(0) There is already one bus plying from Srisailam 
to Tirupati owned by Srisailam Devasthanam. 

Harijan Trustees. 

1007— 

* A985J 1221 Q.— Sri T. BalaMshnatah . Will the 
bon, Minister for Religious and Charitable Endowments be 
pleased to state : 

(a) the number of Harijan trustees m the following 
temples : 

1, Sri Venkateswara Tempi, Tirupathi; 

2* Sri Kalahasteswara Temple, Kalahastij 

3, Sri Malhkarjunaswamy temple, Snsailem; and 
their names ; and 



U$l kth ttemn&er, i%2 Oral Answers to Questimst 

(k) whether ther is any proposal to» appoint a Harijan 
as Chariman of the Board of Trustees T. T D. Tirupati ? 

(a) 1 f Heue was one Harijan trustee, Sri D. PeruitodTfft, 
in the Board of Trustees constituted for Sri Venkateswara 
temple Tirupati 

Sri Kalahasteswara temple, Kalahasti and Sn MfaHi- 
hffi]numwto&y tempU, Srfeailem are at present managed by 
the paid Officers appointed by the Department and the qu4s- 
tion oi appointing Harijans as trustees does not arise. 

(b) Under section 40 (1) of the Hindu Religious And 
GharitatAe Endowments Act, the Cfrarima*n of the Board of 
tkatoaeteea of religious institutions including TiruDaaidi 
Jirupathi Devasthanams has to be elected by the Trustee* 
The question of appointing a Harijan as Chairman of the 
Wm& ti$ Ttf&tees TkumaJai Tirupathi Detf asthanams does 
not th$ifc!^#ari$A 

Mahalakshmi Temple in Hyderabad. 
1003— 

•#?51)l38tfQi~ Sri Vavitata GofataMsimayya : 
Wm tMdn. flfmister for Endowments be pleased' to state : 

(a) whether the funds and Endowments of Maha- 
ftttf&tti Temple, MuAlidhM Ba#h, Jawaharlal Nehru Road, 
Hyderabad wefce verified; 

(b) if so, whefeMi my* tmvm <*r misappropriation oi 
funds were found out; and 

(o) if 4Uty* wkak w«k #ie* a aifon taken thewmti 

(?) J^ ' ^l' ^ e apeooaiU %f the, institutions which 



Z ■& — ■*■*"%> «**•« aruuioDu vy hub umuiaiB Ql Tine 

&ndowmeafc» Regf*t8*#* qofe* ^fafe tturffcroimtion or 
TSZ&p^Si!* 1 * ^ te V»«M»#W** t» the notice 

#)' and" (c) Do not asie*. , , , \ , 



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Oral Answers to Questions: 17 th December, 2962 1132 

Lease of Inam and Temple Lands to the Landless Poor 

Harjans 

1009— 

*H18 Q.— Sri G. Ram Rao&Sn PsRajagopal Naidu ; 
Will the hon. Minister for Endowments be pleased to state : 

(a) Whether there is any proposal with the Govern- 
ment to lease out all the Inam and Temple lands to the 
landless poor harijans and ginjans only ; and 

(b) if so, whether the Government propose to fix the 
rentals according to the rules provided m the Andhra 
Tenancy Act ? 

A- 

(a) No, Sir. 

(b) Does not arise. 

Renovation of Gudinallam Temple 
1010 

* 1433 Q.— Sri P. Rajagopala Naidu : Will the hon 
Minister for Endowments be pleased to state: 

(a) whether the Government have sanctioned any 
amount to renovate Gudinallam temple in Kalahasti taluk, 
Ohittor district during 1961- 62 ; and 

(b) if so, the amount sanctioned ? 

(a) The answer is in the negative, Sir. 

(b) Does not arise. 

Madanagopalaswamy Temple, Koyyalagudem 

ion— 

* 1998 (2524-E) Q.— Sri Tennati Viswanatham 
(Madugula) : Will the Hon'ble Minister for Hindu Beh* 

, gieos audi Charitable Endowments be pleased to state : 

{a) whether the HWble Minister received a petition 
dated Si— 4 — 1962 regarding Mismanagement of the temple 
fond .belonging to Sri Madaqa Gopalaswaray Temple m 

M, L. A, V-7 (28) ' ' 



' U33 iVtb December, 1962 Oral Answers to Questions: 

Koyyalagudena in Polavaram taluk, West Godavairi district; 
and 

(b) if so, the action taken thereon ? 

*\ « ■ 

(a) A petition dated 25—4—1962 and not 5—4—1962 
w&s received by the Government, 

(b) The Assistant Commissioner, Hindu Religious 
and Charitable Endowments Eluru is taking suitable action 
in the matter. 

Querters to Govt, employes owning houses 

1012— 

* (2720) 1330 Q.— Sri PMalamarri Venkateswarlu, 
(Nandigam) : Will the hon. Minister for Endowments be 
pleased to state : 

(a) whether the Government employees are allowed 
to stay In Government quarters inspite of the fact they are 
having their own quarters in places whsgre thay are working; 

(d) whether it is a fact that some of the Police offi- 
cers who are working in the oity find who are Jbavmg their 
^wn quarters in the city are also provided with Goveyriwaouent 
quarters? * 

A:~ 

(a) No, Sir. 

(b) Two Poflice Officers in the city who possess their 
own houses in the eity had been gavjem Bolio© quarters for 
special reasonj They have been asked to vacate the Govern- 
ment (ju&ri&rs m 2 months 

Endowed land in Karepalli 
I0i3~ 

the bon. $p,uij$sj: foi $^wm#tf$ b© pie ftse4 to afcate : 

(a) life tturatW <#> we res ^f feBtScwed \%nd, eitlwsf mt 
er <3^areirt*fe» Yi8*g*& '*& Kftire^hj CtafriiradJftpalM wad 
Madharam of Yellandu taluk of EhampuMi^ct; , f 



Oral Answers to Questions*. Irth December, i#5$ i&4 

(b) the number of acres of Kha^sa and Ijara, lands out 
of such lands ; 

(c) the net income derived from such lands in the 
year 1959-60, 1960-61 and 1961-62; 

(d) whether the Government, accepted to enter into 
an agreement to give some of the lands to the local landlords 
4ho raised objections regarding the endowed property j 

(e) if so, the reasons thereof ; 

(f ) whether the Governmant will place on the table 
the terms of such agreement, the Survey Nos. of the 
lands given to the landlords in pursuance of the said agree- 
ment; and 

(g) wheih&r the Government* Will protect the rights of 
present cujtivatorg over the said endowed property notwith- 
standing the above agreement ? 

* 

Ar- 
ta) Karepalli : Dry-Ac. 552-00 G. Wet-Ac. 29-16 G 
XJsirikialapalli : Dry-Ac. 60-CO G. Wefc-Aa. 10-6© 
Madhar&m : Dry-A. 1200-00 G. Wet-Ac. 160-00 

(b) Khalsa: Acres 874-34 Guntas. Ijara: Ac. 1115-35 

(o) The net income derived from the said endowment 
to* 1900-69 - Rs. 1219/-, for 1960^-61 - Bs. 1738-22; n.P, and 
fbr 196 k -0*-&s. 1136/-. 

{d) The poraposed compromise deles wot contemplate 
giving some lands by the Government, to $ie landlords bat 
ott the otfcer hand it fetches additional' lands to the 
endowment. 

(e) As the chances of ultimate pucesa for the Govern- 
ment in the litigation if it is taken to the Supreme Court are 
uncertain it was considered that in the interests of the 
&i4oWmintj, ft would be desirable to enter fcrtO a compromise, 

".i j <$ The eompromise , jnofosais have not yet been 
finalised. 

ft - i >/ig>< Tb# *i|ht»«f . *fc» -«fa*i(W*oi» wi» no doubt U 
governed by the existing Rules. 



1135 17 th December, l%2 Oral Answers to Questions t 
Package Programme to Cotton and oil Seeds 

1014— 

* 895 Q.— Sri E. Ayyapureddy : Will the hon. 
Minister for Agriculture be pleased to state : 

(a) Whether the Government decided to launch 
a package programme to acclerate the production of cotton 
and Oil seeds ra selected pockets of the state : 

(b) whether any areas in Kurnool District are inclu 
ded in the scheme; and 

(c) the nature of the Package Programme. 
A:— 

(a) and (b) A package programme for accleratmg the 
production of cotton in Krishna and Guntur Districts fa 
under the consideration of Government. A Package Progra- 
mme for groundnut m the Tung&bhadra project area of the 
Kurnool District has already been sanctioned. 

(c) The information required is placed on the Table 
sf the House, 

Paper Placed on the Table of the House 
L Nature of the Package Programme for Cotton* 

To increase the production of the much needed "long 
staple" Cotton m the country and in the State for the 
Tecmcal Iudustry, it has been proposed to launch a Package 
programme in Andhra Pradesh, The scheme is proposed to 
be taken up in 15,000 acres of rice fallows of Krishna District 
in the first instance and in 30,000 acres of Krishna and 
Guntur Districts later Cultivation of P. 216, F, Cotton in 
the rice fallows of Krishna District is developing year by 
year and the area during tjie year 1981-62 was about 2,000 
acres in this district* 

An association of the cultivators growing P. 216, I\ 
Cotton has been formed and ginning facilitias are also 
Created in the Krfehna District. The Association is taking 
up ginning and marketing, ? 

The foMoidng technique is proposed &nder the Package 
Programme : 



Oral Answers to Questions: 17th December, 1962 1136 

(a) Growing of P. 216. F. Cotton will be encouraged 
in a total area of 15 ? 00< acres m localised suitable blocks in 
selected taluks of Krishna District, 

(b) The crop will receive five irrigations at one irri- 
gation per month from January to May ; 

(c) The crop will be given required quantities of 
chemical fertilisers* 

(d) Plant protc ction measures will be taken up against 
pests and diseases and three to four sprayings with pesticides 
like endrki will be advocated ; 

(e) Pure seed of P. 216* F. will be distributed and 
treatment of seed with Agrosan G. N* will be insisted. 

(f) Gmnmg and marketing of produce will be organi- 
ssd through the Cotton Growers' Associations. 

The Package Scheme will be taken up immediately in 
Krishna District and will be continued in the ensuing years. 

There are potentialities for developing P, 216, F. 
Cotton m the rice fallows of Coastal Andhra to an extent of 
one lakh acres. The implementation of Package Scheme will 
give tho necessary impetus for developing the area and 
increasing the production of the much needed 'iong-staple" 
cotton for the textile industry of the State and of the 
country. 

It is estimated that this cotton can be grown in riee 
fallows of over ], 00, 000 acres in the delta region of Andhra 
and thereby help reducing the shortage of this valuable 
raw-material which is required for the cotton mills m the 
country* 

//• Nature of the Package Programme for groundnut in the 
Tungabhadra Project area of Kurnool District. 

Intensive cultivation of groundnut is^ proposed to be 
taken up under irrigation over an area of 5, 000 acres each 
year in fresh compact blocks. Special emphasis will be laid 
m the use of improved seeds, application of fertilisers and 
adoption of timely plant protection measu res. in order to 
enable |h^ j groundnut growers in the $rea (Tungabhadra 
Proj^o^ area) to ^ake up these improvements under irrigated 
conditions, provision to give short term credit at Ra* 100/- 
per acre is being made* 



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MSi l?th December, 102 Oral Answers to Questions: 

The expenditure on other items of cultivation, hke 
preparatory cultivation, intercultuie and harvest etc,, are* 
expected to be met by the cultivators themselves. 

It ia proposed to organise a minium of 20 demonstra- 
tion plots each year m the selected block; As the use of 
Improved seed, fertilizers and plant protection chemicals 
involves the cultivator in too heavy an investment, it ia 
proposed to subsidise the demonstration plots at the rate of 
Bsu S©/- per plot according to the recommendations made and 
pattern laid dowt* by the Indian Central Oilseeds Committee 
in this regard. 



Improved Agricultural implements 



1015 



* 904 Q.— > Sti P. 0. Satyanarayana : Will the 
Befa'ble Minister for Agriculture be pleased to state ; 

(a) as to bow much was spent towards the half cost 
i«r th# purchase of improved agricultural implements 
toting 19S1-62 ; 



•> $ t 



(b) the nttmber of beneficiaries under this scheme ; 



«■ \ (c) the nature of implements supplied under tha 
scheme ? 

11 (a) fcs. 1.49 lakhs. Central loan-Rs. 74,500 Stat* 
Gpyerameat Rs. 37,250 (50$ subsidy) 

(b) 958 

^e> Hand sptafftro a&d duatera. 

Sugarcane Research Station in Ckittoor 

* 1868 Q-— &* $ti P. feajagopal N&idu : Will tfca 
ftotu fipm&ter for 4«gmulk&?« b& pleased to state. 

(a) Whether tbBte h any p f^jsal before the Qovertir 
ttetfi 1» start a Sogafcane RWfcateii Station in Chitfoo* 
BfetriUt; 



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(b) If so, it$ location ? 
A— 

(a & b) A Sugarcane Research Sub-Station has been 
established at the Government Seed Farm site at Perumalla- 
palli in Chandragin Taluk of Ohittoor District* 

Subsidy for irrigation wells. 
1017— 

* 2558 Q,~ Sri P, Rojagopala Naidu : Will t&e 
hon. Minister for Agriculture be pleased to state : 

(a) whether there is any proposal before the Govern- 
ment to issue subsidies for sinking irrigation wells through 
Cooperative Land Mortgage Banks; and 

(b) if so, when the schema will be implemented? *md 

(e) the amount of loams issued by the Land Mortage 
Bank during 1961-62 for sinking of irrigation wells? 

(a) The answer is in the affirmative. 

<b) Onm this is finalised, it will b»e imptemen*$d &s 
tmvly as possible* 

(c) Does #ot arise* 

Food grains stock 

< 

* J102LQ.— Sri P. Rajagopala Naidu : WiU thajhop. 
Minister for Agriculture be pleased to state ; 

(a) ttie stock of food grains in the state at presents 
' and 

(b) the nnmfcer c£ relief shops in the 'Sjate a* jPPpwp* 

<.tMT" ■ ' ■ 

• ,u {0) ITtoe stocfes tff fo^g#fti*ts w$tfe the license*! delft 
■)m^\mmdm,thM &*dkrw'IWeeR#««igwAis Dewier^ tdeeBfe 
ittg Order, 1958,, as on ,31— 1,9— 1962 is as follows : 

„ ,.,, ,, JU Wheat *fiU i»n»ep. 

$. Paddy - > *^88i856 



.* #3 ^ i 4. 



1139 frth December, 1962 Oral Answers to Questions: 



3. 


Rice 


1,48,183 tonnes. 


4. 


Jawar 


21,010 


0. 


Ba]ra 


883 ,, 


6. 


Maiza 


1 ,086 „ 




Barley 


19 „ 


8. 


Minor millets 


10,957 „ 


9. 


Milo 


33 „ 



{b) The number of fair price shops functioning in the 
State is 1013. 

Short term Loan to Khariff Crop Growers 
1019- 

* 2 '40 Q— K. V. Narayana Reddy : Will the hon. 
Minister for Agriculture be pleased to state * 

• 

The basis on which the 30 lakh short-term Govern- 
ment of India loan, sanctioned for the Government has b#ea 
distributed among the growers of Khariff Crop during 1962 ? 

A— 

The loan assistance of Rs, 30 lakhs sanctioned by the 
Government of India is for both Kuariff & Rabi Campaigns* 
For Khariff 19o2 5 an amount of Rs. 2 i lakhs was sanctioned. 
This amount was alloted among the Districts based on their 
response in the earlier campaigns- The Director of Agri- 
culture has, however, been permitted to read just the alloca- 
tion to each District according to demand and necessity 
within the sanctioned amount from the savings expected in 
the other Districts. JSaqh cultivator is entitled t> a loan 
of Rs. 25/- per acre subject to a maximum of Rs. 50/-. 

„ Supply of Ammonium Sulphate to Mixing Firms 
1020— 

* 2258 Q>— Sn M. Muniswamy : Will the hon. 
Minister for Agriculture be pleased! to state : 

(a) whether it is a fact that the supply of Ammonium 
Sulphate to ibp, mixmg $tm to^uppty the mixture to the 
tobacco grower of Krifcha&^EMl $upfcur districts was stopped; 

(b) if so, tfoe reasons therefor \ and 

(e) how the Ammonium sulphate M being supplied 
to the Tobacco growers of Krishna and j($tefcur District at 
present ? 



drat Answers to Questions: bth December, lg62 ll40 

A:- 

(a) & (b) Allotment of Ammonium Sulphate made 
during the first quarter of this year to all Manure Mixing 
Firnsweie cancelled and diverted for general distribution 
for the reason that there is short supply of Ammonium Sulp- 
hate for distribution to cultivators. Allotment of Ammo- 
nium Sulphate to Manure Mixing Firms is made for prepar- 
ing mixtures useful for all crops and not to tobacco crop 
alone. 

(c) A special allotment of Ammonium Sulphate has 
been made by the Government of India, for distribution to 
tobacco growers in the State, including the Districts of 
Krishna and Guntur, and it is being distributed through the 
Departmental depots on the specific permits issued by the 
Tobacco Assistants. 

Package Programme for Cotton 
1021— 

* 2486 Q.— Sri A. Sarveswara Rao : Will the hon. 
Minister for Agriculture be pleased to state: 

(a) whether there is any proposal before the Govern 
ment to introduce Package Programme for cotton m the 
State; and 

(b) if so, the name of the place selected ? 

A:— 

' (a) & (b) : There is a proposal under the consideration 
of Government to introduce the Package Programme for 
cotton in 15,C00 acres of rice fallows of Krishna District m 
the first instance* 

Licences to Fertiliser Mixing firms 
1022— 

* 2579 Q,— Sri P Rajagopal Naidu : Will the hon 
Minister for Agriculture be pleased to state : 

(a) whether licences were issued to fertiliser mixing 
firms ; 

(b) if so, the names of the firms to which licences 
were issued ; 

M, L, A. V-7 (29) 



1141 17th December* 1962 Oral Answers to Quetfionfc 

(c) the quotas of fertilisers given to each firm during 
1960-61 and 1961-62; and ? 

r 

(d) ho*? the mixtures are^ distributed apd ^n$er w^p 
supervision ? 

A— 

(a) The answer is in the affirmative 

(b) & (c) A §i}at§nw>nt showing the names of Manure 
Mixing Firms to whom the Certificates of Registration were 
granted and also the quotas of fertilisers^ gpven to them 
during the years 19;60-6( and 1Q61-62 is endued. 

The Manure Mixing Firms make their own arrest- 
ments for the distribution of mixtures prepared by them and 

under their own supervision, u 1 1 



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Package Programme for Food Production 

1023- 

2359 Q»— Sri S, Vemayya ; Will the hotw Minister 
for Agriculture be pleased to state; 

The frames of the places m which package programme 
has been introduced in 1962-63 for stepping up food produ- 
ction in the State ? 

A:— 

The package programme has been in operation in 
20 blocks in West Godavari District from November, 1960 
and it has been extended to Achanta and Penugonda blocks 
of West Godavari District during 1962-63. The actual work 
in these two blocks will be started'from Rabi 1962-63 season. 

Compost Manufacture Scheme 
1024- 

* 2132 Q.~ Sri P. 0. Satyanarayana Raju : Will the 
hon, Minister for Agnoulture be pleased fco state : 

(a) the amount spent during 196 MU under Compost 
Manufacture Scheme in the State ; and 

(b) the number of Pancbayats benifitted under this 
scheme ? 

(a) Rs< 1,85,000 

(b) 28 Panchayats 

Blast Disease on Paddy 

1025— 

* mZQ>~~SriP.RajagopalNaidu: Will the hon. 
Minister for Agriculture be pleased to state: 

(a) the arrangements made m Chittor District to 
fight blast disease on Paddy crop. 

(b) whether a van containing spraying facilities is 
given to Ohittoor District for this purpose. 

(c) whether blast resistant variety of paddy seeds 
were supplied in Ohittoor District ; and 



*li53 hth December, 1962 Oral Answers to Questions: 

(d) if so, the Variaties supplied ? 

A:- 

1 (a) 'A scheme is under implementation to fight blast 
disease of nee in Chittoor district. 

\b) The answer is in the affirmative* 

(c) Yes, Sir. 

(d) The varieties supplied are B.C. PI and &E.B.>*24. 

Aerial spray of Pesticides 
Ht>26— 

* 903 Q.— Sri P.O. Satyanarayana Raju : Will the 
hon. Minister for Agriculture be pleased to state : 

(a) the tbtAl amount spent for aerial gpray of pesti- 
cides in 1961-62. 

(b) the extent -\)f assistance s giVen by the Central 
Government; 

(e) tihe amount contributed by the Panohayat Sami- 
this and Zilla Panshad; and 

(d) >*he*ecs:fe*nt covered by the atrial spirayiag? 
A:— 

(a) Rs. 14,534,55 

(b) NiL 

(c) 50% of the total expendlttff e, 

(d) 2,015*110*68. 

Subsidy for Irrigation Wells in Chittoor Dt. 
1027— 

*$577} 7$Q Q ; — Sri D. Seetharamaiah : Will the 
hon. Minister "for Agriculture be pleased to state : 

(a) the aumb^r pf subsidies for irrigation wells 
ted inta lotos in Cbitto U ' * ' * - ^ 

the Collector from 1957 * April 



converted into loins in Cbittoor district /under the 'ordeis of 

1957 ' April; 

(B) the number *of wells completed according to 
specifications upto 1962*March in the above oategory ; and 



OralJnsmrs to Questions i HthDecemheq 196$ u$4\\ 

(0) whether the Government proposed to treat, the 
loans as subsidies ? 



A— 

(a) 195,7-58 15 
1958-59 72 
1959-60 N*lv 

(b) 1957-58 58 wells 
1958-59 280 weells 
1959-60 75 
19d0h6l Nil v 

(c) Loans advanced under the New Well Subsidy 
Sehejmeare convertible into subsidies provided the wells are 
sunk within a stipulated time and specifications prescribed*'' 
uiyler, rules. 

Increase in subsidy to irrigation wells. 
1028— 

*2147Q— Sri P. Venkata Reddy * Will** the hon. 
Minister for Agriculture be pleased to state: 

whether Government propose to increase ^hestyamopnt of 
subsidy for construction of new irrigation wells* from 
Rs, 750/~to Rs. 1, 150/-? 

A :~ 

The<an»wer is in Ah* negative** 

Mango Fruits Industry in Chittoor*Di&friet*<< 

1029— 

* 1033 Q — Sri P. Rajagopal Naldu : Will 1 the hon. 
Minister for Agriculture* be pleased to state : 

(a)fc wb^tJjqMher iGoTOfnmeiBt-. M&^$ai$^^mt% to 
introduce some $ort of small Bcaita industry *to ixtilw^i fnaagftw 
fruitsjn Qhiljtor District and ; 

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U55 l7th December, I962 Oral Answers to Questions'* 

(b) There is already one pilot Fruit Preservation Fac- 
tory at Anantarajupet, in Cuddapab District. ; Proposals are 
under consideration for setting up a large Fruit Preservation 
Factory at Kodur, which is in the heart of fruit growing 
regions of Chittoor and Cuddapah Districts, with foreign 
aid. 

Supply of Pumpsets 

1030- 

* 850 Q.— Sri E* Ayyapu Reddy : will the hon. 
Minister for Agriculture be pleased to state : 

(a) the number of pumpsets supplied through the 
departmental schemes during the years 1960 and 1961; 

(b) the amount invested by the Government for the 
supply of pumpsets; and 

(c) the amount paid back by the beneficiaries so far? 

A:~ 

(a) The number of pumpsets supplied during : 
1959-60 .... 722 

1960-61 .... 9S0 

(b) Year Amount spent. 
1959-60 Rs. 13.02 lakhs. 
1960-61 Rs. 20.65 lakhs. 

(c) The information required is a detailed one and 
is being collected and as soon as collected will be placed on 
the Table of the Houae 

Supply of Chemical fertilisers through cards, 
1031— 

* 2006 (2524-R) Q.Sri Veeraraghava Rao : Will the 
hom, Minister for Agriculture be pleased to state : 

(a) Whether the Government are aware of the fact 
that inspite of the issue erf a 6.0. ixv 1960 to distribute the 
Chemical Fertilisers through the Card System, it has not been 
implemented so far by the Panchayat Samithis and Zilla 
Panshad m East GodavanDigbin^; » >♦ , 



Oral Answers to Questions: nth December, I962 1$6 

(b) Whether steps will be taken at least now to ensure 
the proper distribution of fertilisers through the card system 
before the ensuing season? 

(a) Though the caidsjstem for distribution of ferti- 
lisers was first introcuced in G. 0, Ms No. 1156-Agri, 
dt. 9-6— 1963, there was some delay in its implementation 
in some of the block and non-block areas in East Godavari 
District due to delay in furnishing the required particulars 
relating to acreages owned, cultivated etc. by the village 
officers and also due to non-supply of requisite number of 
cards by the Zilla Parishads, The Card system has been 
implemented so far in nine Paucbayat Samithis and m the 
Razole Non-block area in the District. 

(b) As per the latest orders, card system has to be 
followed only m the ca&e of Ammonium Sulphate, Necessary 
steps are being taken to issue cards for this fertiliser in all 
the Samithis and m the entire non-block areas in the 
District, 

Supply of Ammonium Sulphate 
1032— 

* 2131 Q — Sri P. 0. Saiyamrayanaraju : Will the 
hon* Minister for Agriculture be pleased to state : 

The quantity of Ammonium Sulphate allotted to the 
State during I8(62-«3 t 

A:~ 

A quantity of 1^,000 tons of Ammonium Sulphate ha£ { 
so far been allotted by the Government of India, during 
1962-1963. 

Adulteration of fertiliser mixtures 

1033,— 

* 1857 Q,— Sri P. V, Ramanai Will tfte h®n. Mini- 
$$r fpr, Agriculture be pleased to state : 

'-.. &). iV, Utbft the Govec wnetit .*» awaxe of the fact 
ttNftfetfctfcM&PW meludipg the raptures prepared in' the 
$^t«.w#h#Bg^uItei^ted,^#wh^e quarry robbwh, att<! 

' l " (\ff If &t, 'tito'ttoi'&to frfi^»8e4*t» be ttfben theieon? 
:. L. A. V-7 (31) 



1157 17th December, 1962 Oral Answers to Questions 

A:- 

(a) The Government have seen only a "Letter >to the 
Editor' 5 by one Mr, J. V, Rao of Vijayawada published in 
"Visalandhra" dated; 22—8—1962, alleging some such adul- 
teration id fertiliser Mixtures prepared by Manure Mixing 
Firms, particularly of Vijayawada, 

(b) The matter is under investigation of the Director 
of Agriculture. 



Paddy cultivation in Guntur Dt. 

1034— 

* 920 Q.~ Sri M- Pitchaiah : Will the hon. Minister 
for Agriculture be pleased to state : 

The additional extent of land brought under paddy 
cultivation by the end of second Five .Year plan in Guntur 
District* 

A;~ 

First Crop, 30,345 Acres. 

Second Crop, 35,957 „ 

New R* T. C. Buses. 
1035— 

* (509) 1115 Q.~~ Sri V. Visweswara Rao : Will the 
hon. Minister for Labour and Transport be pleased to state . 

(a) tfffte number of new buses that were introduced by 
the Roa^jjfrausport Corporation during 1961-62 upto May, 
1962; *m 

(b) How mapy old buses were condemned ? 

A.~ 

(a) 50&buses, Sir, 

(b) 68 (Sixty $gbt) Old vehicles were withdrawn 
from service^ Scrapping of these vehicles will be considered 
after examining as to how many vehjicled can be ptessed back 
in service after recondiiioning and replacing the worn out 
parts and alfo after examining as to how*many parts can be 
salvaged and supplied to stores for use. 



Oral Answers to Questions : l7th December, lg62 USS 

Compensation to a Worker in N'sager 
1036— 

* 2650 Q.~ Sri Vavtlala Gopalakrishnayya : Will the 
hon. Minister for Labour and Transport be pleased to state : 

What was the compensation paid to Srimati Pallapu 
Tirupatamma m Nagarjunasagar Canals Division No 2. who 
was incapacitated by the accident on 1-10-1960 ? 

A— 

An amount of Rs, 756/- has been ordered to be paid to 
Srimati Pallapu Tirepatamma. 

* 
Wage Board for Mica Industry 

1037 — 

* 1408 Q.— Sri G. C. Kondaiah : Will the hon. 
Minister for Labour & Transport be pleased to state : 

Whether there is any proposal 'to constitute a Wage 
Board for Mica Industry in the State : 



A.— No, Sir. 

Implementation of Wages Act in Mica Mines ofNellore Dt. 

1038— 

* 1406 Q.~ Sri #. C. Kondaiah : Will the hon. Mini- 
ster for Labour and Transport be pleased to state :] 

(a) whether there are any complaints with regard to 
the non-implementation of Payment of Wages Act by many 
mica companies in Nellore district; and 

(b) if so, why cannot Government amend the Act so 
as to pay the fixed wages through the Labour OfBqials, so 
that the Act may be useful to the workers ? 

(a) No, Sir, 

(b) Does not arise. 



M59 iTth December, W>2 Oral Answers U Questions 

B&vuta Beedi Factory M Nellore 

1039— 

* 1456 <&— Sri S. Vemafya : Will the boo. Minister 
for Labour aad Transport be pleased to state : 

(a) whether it is a fact that the Bavuta Beedi 
F&^tory *t Nellore has been closed on 23—8—1962 as a result 
of which ISO workers have become unemployed ; 

(b) if so, the reasons therefor ; 

(c) the action taken by the Government to p. oteefc 
interests of workexs ? 

(a) Yes?. Th&Bavu*a Beedi Factory, Nellore was 
closed with effect from 24 — 8—1962. 

(b) Several workers who took advances are reported 
td havd left the concern creating loss to the employer and 
that several persons who t<^ok beedi leaves did not deli^afc 
tta fini&hed products* 

(c) Labour Officer, Kelltfre took up for conciliation* *f 
the dispute and consequent on his failure to bring the parties 
for a compromise, the Commissioner of Labour is trying to 
bring about an amicable settlement, 

Fffter+Sttile Plying &f Lorries 
10*0- 

v *<{Mmfy tmZ-A Qk~S?t Sstaramia h; Wiilfcbe hon. 
Minister for labour aiatd Transport be pleased to staifce: 

(a) whether ih§ Gover t nm^ni have entered into any 
agreement *ith the neighbouring States of Madras and 
Mysore regarding the, interstate plying fc£ lorries ; 

(b) if so, the terms o| agreement > and 

(o) w)im the a$*eem*itt SooV plao* ? 
A:- 

<a) Yes. Sir. 

p*,k qSL Pi? **"? °* a § reemen * with Madras *re that 
eacb btate will countersign npto a ffi&shmm* «f mm public 



* 4 

4 



*%! 



Oral Answers to Questions : 17th December, i<$2 IJ6& 

carrier permits of the reciprocating State for three routes 
each not exceeding 350 miles from the State border. There 
is no restriction on the number as regards the private 
carriers* 

The terms cf agreement with Mysore are that &tck 
State will countersign 375 public carrier permits of the other 
State, for four straight routes not exceeding 350 miles from 
the Stato border on reciprocal basis. The nomination for 
such countersignatures will be made by the State Transport 
Authority of the Home State. 25 Private carriers of each 
State will be countersigned by the other State on the recom- 
mendation of the State Transport Authority of the Home 
State, 

(c) The agreement between the Madras and Andhrd 
Pradesh States took place on 13 — 3—1958. The agreement 
with Mysore took place on 26 — 2 — 58. As regards taxation 
matters single point taxation with Mysore came into force 
from 1 — 4 — 1958, and with Madras from 1—4—1962, and 
prior to 1—4—1962 the tax was collected at the rate of 
1-1/6 by the Home State and shared by both the States <*f 
Madras nnd Andhra Pradesh equally. 

Ban on Rival Trade Unions in one Industry 

WML— 

* 1447 Q.— Sri P* V. Ramana: Will this hem. Mftii- i 
ster for Labour & Transport be pleased to state : 

(a) whether the Greverntnetil propose- to b#n the 
functioning of rival trade unions in the same industry** 

(b) if so, the steps intended to be taketi by the 
Government therefor; and 



(c) if not, the reasons therefor ? 



/^.* 



> 



(a) No* Sir, 

(Jar) Does* mt arfee, 



^c)' The trade Union Act, 1926 does not provide for 
^blfifeitlo* <^f tRe Ptf«n#timi of mttfe tft&ti one union in 1 an 



1161 ember, 196217th Dec Calling attention to matters 

of urgent Public Importance 

re : Lawlessness in Sultanabad 

Taluq. 

Settlement of Industrial Dispute in Siripur Paper Mills 

1042— 

No, (2307) Q. - Sri G. Sanjiva Reddy : Will the Hon. 
Minister for Labour & Transport be pleased to state : 

(a) the action proposed to be taken by the Govern- 
ment against the refusal of the Birla Management of the 
Strpur Paper Mills, and the Sxrsilk Mills to settle Industrial 
Disputes through negotiation with the Workers Union; 

(b) whether the above attitude of the Birla Manage- 
ment would not radically affect the running of the mills 
jeopardising the heavy financial interests vested by the 
Government in it; and 

(c) as to why should not the Government stop giving 
concessions to the Birla Management for the purchase ot 
Bamboos on royalty basis and alcohol at a cheaper price? 

A:— 

(a), (b) and (c) : The question of withdrawing any 
concessions granted to the managements of Sirpur Paper 
Mills Limited and Sirsilk Limited does not arise m view of 
the amicable settlement arrived at between the workers and 
the management on 25—10 — 1962. 

* Cdlling attention to matters of urgent Public Importance 
re :- Lawlessness in Sultanabad Taluq, 

cft;£» sSj^SoS* sSScSa. &£ ^ ?fggo&aoErD§ 3<>a£ 5 tt6S e/io*l8 &J 
sto£#* Sr»£g3a &*&&&>& oorrtfsfo, 8, 4 1k> &*fr°d&a> ^Potfep #*Sfc?*0 

$*&>&. «o«d&a&»o, etfa &$& 13 i^ r&&, n J>r^ &•&&* 

«o*tftf* S>& w^5 Wd*€db. ft*fcS)5r* jeeps ? fc 4 *.^*, *5&*§o 
swsrs* lawandordej, ^oz? »3 <»&&•&& tfcott&tf^a, # 



Calling attention to matters of nth December, lg62 life 
urgent public Importance 

re : Non-payment of Salaries 
to teachers ofWL CM. Mul- 
tipurpose High School ,Guntur. 

r°o*tf«3o^ &&§■•» ^c&pcfc, , 3oissaoaxS) tfo^^fif*d&»&. 3*8*3 £&*>g 

s£o$g&o^ (fy dft&". tfod55"3&) : e2tfg&&sHtfd&* t £s atytftftfsS>o»S 

sjgjptf&od Special C. L D, police & sSoSjotftf&o s$5Atf£>. s?cb ^cfc 

Sh#g 3 3eeo tfoa&cfc^tfS esfrl Sc&3$ SrStftf&o ao-Mtf:&. uS^rf 

cdoS S&olb &>e>#s£»n° a C£pI &d&cj»S§ Se>3tj6. PotfSfcoft dfcoMflbeo 
B&Sftfifc sHf$3& c$ofc-*tf£> w&sSPcSsSaaabap^eSo. $$o&3# (J. I. D. 

tfeort>s»tf& &9&«r>&. SoAip *Bo& murders ttSoO 3Sr^&. w£$- 
tfgfr-tf murders 8&ft«fr» &o&r>ax>. §*&£* Oases ^S^a. sreS a^cft 
sS»0* fi<5^>apss g&s&a&otf&b. s*a A Case a&cfts&a* etfp§&d& 

re:Non-payment of Salaries to teachers Of W* L* C. M 
Multipurpose High School, Guntur 

Sri P. Anthoney Reddy : Mr. Speaker, Sir. I would 
like to call the attention of the hon» Minister for Education 
that the teachers of the \W L, 0. M Multipurpose High 
Bohool in Guntur have not been paid their salaries fox the 
lalrt seven to nine months. It appears that there was a diffe- 
Ufcfiee of opinion between the D* P. I. and the management 
of the school as to the reinstatement of the previous Head 
faster, The T). P* 1. on appeal from the previous Headmaster 
has * oxdered that he should be reinstated but the 
tatf&ageinent hm refused to reinstate him. On that score the 



1163 17th December, i%2 Calling attention to matters of 

urgent public Importance 

re : Preventive steps taken to 

control cholera in the State 

D, P. I, with-held the grant and consequently the poor 
teachers who had committed no fault had been deprived, as 
l% were, of their salaries for time months. I request the hon* 
^mister to see that the poor teachers are paid their salaries 
immediately. If the management does not pay atleast the 
Goverament must find some ways and means to pay atleast 
fram the Educat ion Department and relieve those poor tea* 
chers of their hardship. 

I would request the hon« Minister to make a statement 
as to how he is going to pay the teachers hereafter. 

The Minister for Excise ( Sri^ M* R« Apparao) 
(deputising the Minister for Education, Sri P. V. G. I&aju) 

&ir, on the plea that the Head Master had committed 
jaany irregularities, the Management of the VV. L, (X M. 
Jtfijltipuipose High School, Guntur, appended him. On an 
appeal from the Head Master, the D, P, I, has instructed 
the management to reinstate the Headmaster but the manage- 
H&eut did not oairy out the instructions. After completing 
^enquiry the Management removed the Head Master from 
service. The D, P. I. withheld the payment of grants to 
the institution on the ground that his earlier instructions 
wore not carried out, with the vt suit that the management 
M*m to have aot disbursed the salaries for want of funds 

The question of arranging payment of salaries to staff 
was examined but no final decision could be taken. The 
D. P. I, has made certain suggestions to the Government 
and the suggestions are under examination and the implement 
tation of the suggestions will be expedited, 

Re: Prepenttvq $tep$ taken to control cholera in the Statfo 

«§^Sa. vt$ tfo»gd&&>c» £<b^tfj2x§ *S*ro &tftfo fltftttfa* tfps* 



Calling attention to matters of nth December, tt64 

urgent public Importance 

re , Preventive steps taken to 
control cholera in the State 

fc*SS atojsMj.© \frowv&* preventive steps SSt? fc&rstfa. 
eSHSjftoff* beds i$> && treatment S3r? 3& &s sS>SaS<bsr A ab. 

S&S* ^ &&rrf£ ft*s$crDS sp^ea S&? irfft^sSo ^fcrsS^tftfja 
inoculation *cSgarOS &&§*«5^ tf^Sx cpe^sSj-cS «$D ?j> «a>«ftSs&&oO 
Sop&oa* 8r*5<$a. preventive steps 85r? &&§"& $ot> $o$r&^&>K 

a-, ea U a— coa— 

CO CO CO «U» CO "W ** 

It is seen from the statistics available that the incidence 
of cholera recurs annually. Its severity varies due to 
various factors during certain years. It is an alMndia 
problem, There are persistent instances of cholera in different 
States and due to movement of population, cholera spreads 
ftom one place to another. Due to the low economic level 
and poor finances of the Local Bodies there is no protected- 
water supply and the environmental sanitation is at a very 
tow level Cholera, though mainly a water-borne disease 
also spre&de by contacts by carriers and by flies, 
*$£, tto varjknui movements of population- Since it is a 
wate^&orue disease, it results in severe outburst whenever a 
coakmbA water source is affected or wherever a river or canal 
gy&leto gets infected during the year. In 1953 we had£ tW 
#frst epidemic wherein dm to floods in East Oodavan 

" m: l: a. v-7 (8*) 



U6i hth December, l%2 Calling attention to matters ojf 

urgent public Importance • 
re : Preventive steps taken to control 

cholera in the State 

District over 8000 oases occurred in that district alette and 
the infection spread to the neighbouring districts and that 
year marked the peak for the last 20 years, resuming m 
about 31,000 attacks and 15,000 deaths. Subsequent to that 
in 1958 there was an increase m the incidence in the State 
resulting m 16,000 attacks and 5000 deaths, After 1958 
again there was an increase during the current year* 

As already indicated it is an all India problem and it 
is very difficult to foresee as to how the epidemic spreads or 
where it starts and whore it ends. There was no cholera in 
Nizamabad district from 1958 to 1960, For example, daring 
1961 a native of a village near Nizamabad town went on 
pilgrimage to Benaras and probably got the infection on the 
way and died while returning to her native place and her 
dead body was taken and rites performed in the village* 
The infection spread in a wide scale in the village and 
people being scared out ran to different villages as well as to 
Ni&amabad town which resulted in a heavy incidence not 
only in the district but in the neighbouring districts alsOu 
I&i&ewi&B a severe incidence occurred by a passenger coming 
from Burma via Calcutta and proceeded to Nellore infecting 
the areas and the infection spread from Nellore to Chittoor 
foftigGt quite considerably, During the current year 
the State was free from infection till June, 1962, There wa$ 
a were epidemic in Mysore State and after the onset of 
Mitts £!te border districts of Bellary and Raichur were affe- 
$te$ ftpd tk$ infection probably spread to Rayaiaseeina dir 
tafcto along, &e c^mSnon water oourses and from the Rayaja- 
sterna* 4fetf*$ts it has spread to Guutur, Nellore and Krishna 
distric&ft&cHft ( «*«fe it has further spread to Bast Godavari, 
Wert&riflll^ftfll ^Visafcha|>attiam districts. The high 
rael&eneeof^^ as i t 



Ciroar ' d^etejfj^^ of Various 



water source^ I^M&%^flff **4*tbta was much augman* ] 

ted fey $H ^ng^ykd $p|i%f% ;/guat when, the epidemic < 

WW ifrito flawing. t .Qw&iw& environmental condition? i 
help epr?a'I of infection. The inoculation that isbeing done 






Calling attention to matters of litlx December, 1962 1166 

urgent public Importance 
re : Preventive steps taken to 
control cholera in the State 

is a protection and it does not have so long a protection as 
in the case of vaccination against small -pox. Practically 
no town or village has got a real complete protected water 
supply. Most of the villagers in delta areas mspite of having 
wells resort to oanals and rivers fox getting water for various 
domestic purposes, thereby getting the infection Farther, 
during agricultural operations there is a movement of popu- 
lation to a very great extent and this results in carrying 
infection from place to place. The people donot cooperate 
m most of the cases. Once if they know about the infection 
and stop in the village then the chance of its spread is great- 
ly curtailed. But once the infection appears in a village, 
the population tries to run away and inadvertently spread 
the infection. All possible measures are being taken to 
reduce the incidence viz., by chlorination of water supply, 
advising the people on the method of control, isolating and 
treating the cases as well as conducting mass inoculations 
both in the infected as well as m the non-infected neigh- 
bouring places. 

Cholera is a water-borne disease and the only 
method of its eradication or reducing the vigour of 
outbreak is by improving protected water supply to 
the population in all the towns and m all the ma]or 
villages. There is unfortunately no method of eradicating 
cholera by preventive vaccination as in the case of small- 
pox. Cholera inoculation has only effect for about b months. 
Eradication of cholera should, therefore be by improving 
environmental sanitation. Environmental sanitations mostly 
in the hands of the Local Bodies. Providing protected drinking 
water has been delayed for want of resources The per 
capita cost for providing protected drinking water m any 
tow* is Es, mi- to 50/- per head and in rural areas where 
piloted water supply is Prided by digging wells it is 
about Rs. 5/- to 30/- per head. 

¥accine manufactured and inoculations carried out 
are; ^opisidarable. 



1167 17th December, 1962 



Calling attention to matters of 
urgent public Importance 



re : Need for constructing a bridge 
across Yerrigadda in Battili vil- 
lage, Srikahulam District 



Statement showing the attacks and deaths due to cholera and 
manufacture and supply of cholera vaccine 
from 1959 to 30—11—62 

mmmmmmm^mmmmtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm^mmmmmmmmm n it —■—■—! m i u p i n M i Wu ia m i— ———»—,„ 

Year, Attacks, Deaths. Manufacture Cholera No. of 

of cholera vaccine mocula- 
vaccine supplied . t ions 

done* 

mmmmmmmmmmmmmm*mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm*mmmmm*mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmami\\ i I m mmmmmmmmmmmmmmt i iWi » i |ww>^^i WW 

1 I 3 4 5 6 



MqMM 



1959 
1960 
1961 
J 962 



1364 

638 

1884 

4782 

(upto 30 



19,00,000 
42,50,000 
46,30,000 
73,60,000 



Week 
ending 

£4-11-62. 1550 
Week 
ending 

1-12-62, 1027 
Week 
ending 

8-12-62. 490 



678 26,87,C00 17,99,440 

368 34,45,380 40,40,700 

739 40,87,220 44,87,655 

1900 56,70,000 69,63,190 

-11 — 1 962) (upto 30—10 - 62) 

(From 1-11-62 figures not available) 



i06 



437 



221 



Thus we can see that the clnlera epidemic is on the 
decline. 

re : Need for constructing a bridge across Yerrigadda in 

Battili village, Srikakulam District. 

$oa. ass*© &* 2»&»&-«» «o&. »&•&.»«• foo.aoo ssboa aa-g&ea 



Calling attention to matters of nth December, 1Q62 U$S 
urgent public Importance 

re : Controlling the prices 
of food stuffs 

^Sbocr S§>o£>. tso&eS© "2>tf <a&;-c$ "Sx) #o &*&» s*& £&g £b#o 4% 

cSOoSe^tfo «gO»rF e^)(S £$5o& ITF&i&O St£0\O& £>cy>g&0 O»a\0& «P©Aotf 

90A& sse^cS sydsr* tfaaoa&s^oa. 

Please circulate a copy of your statement to the hon. 
Member. 

Sri Mir Ahmed Ah Khan : Yes, Sir, I will also 
send a Telugu translation of it. 

The work of eonstruting a road dam in M. 47/5 of the 
Ahkam Battili Road m Patapatnam Taluk, Srikakulam 
District was sanctioned by the Government of India in June, 
1959 at a cost of Rs* 94,600 under the Central Road Fund 
allocation. Subsequently it was found necessary to construct 
a high level bridge instead of the road dam and the revised 
estimate for Rs, 2,82 i CG0 was sent to the Government of India 
for approval in November, 1962, The Government of Judia 
have called for certain particulars in regard to the location 
of the proposed bridge and its approaches. These particulars 
will be furnished to them shortly. The work will be taken 
up fcr execution as soon as the revised sanction of the Govern- 
ment of India is received, 

rex— Controlling the prices of food stuffs 

*»*#>$£Qfib35©S, &*sSj*s£$ ^awurSb^j-^O £a&$£* asp^ab. Si market 
few* w&& "3$«$pg &%&*&&&> £&<3fc# &%&m *©^, £&«So spots* 

level ** 3 ar market <S* tf&sS)© tftfs> «*<&;&£■* ^&o«s>§ itftftfjgsfo 

e6eo , rfa>*»j L fi& 5*P$3 tft &ta£>o£* $«&#go yfrfsfSr»oO #tfo& <s><3&3)0* 



1169 If th December, 1962 Calling attention to matters of 

urgent public Improtance 

re : Controlling the prices 
of food Stuffs 

The Minister for Agriculture {Sri A, Balarami Reddy) : 
Tfye wholesale prices of essential foodstuffs as furnished by 
the Director of Marketing show that there is a general decline 
m the prices of the essential foodstuffs except in the case of 
chillies and tamarind &u& to short arrivals. 

The price policy is an all India question. In the light 
of the price policy of the Government of India, the measures 
taken and proposed to be taken to hold the price line in the 
State are as follows : 

i) Procurement of Rice and Paddy : It is proposed 
to discuss the question of fixing the prices of rice and paddy 
#ith the officers of the Government of India and the repre- 
sentatives of the millers and traders of this State on 
19—12— 1962 and 20—12-1962 at New Delhi, 

V 

li) Wheat : It is proposed to supply l/4th quantity 
in the shape of wheat for mid-day meals in schools and also to 
ftersiiade Harijau hostels to take wheat in addition to 
toiliets 

i 4 , iii) Fair Price Shops : There is already a scheme for 
distribution of rice supplied by Government of India through 
fair price shops to the poorer classes of people. The present 
s^ancti^ji for the scheme expires on 31 — 12 — 62. A decision 
regarding the continuance beyond 31— 12 — 62 will be taken 
shortly. 

fvV Eegulated markets : It is proposed to amend the 
Slft4ras Commercial Crops Marketing Act at present in force 
in t&m -State so as to bring the foodgrains under the purview 
of the Act which, at present, it does not cover. 

v) Appeal to Tr$de Associations ; An appeal has 
been issued to Trade Associations to limit their margins at 
a reas$ti$ble level* 

vi) Consumers Cooperatives: Government have 
sanctioned a scheme for establishment of Consumers Coope- 
ratives for government? employees. The Government also' 
decided to open five cooperative stores for general public and - 
three for industrial 'mxfmm* r _ „ * * 

vii; Yegetft&tes «»& lruit&\ , "Vegetables and fruits in 
Hyderabad and Secuuderabad have been declared as agri- 
cultural produce for the purpose or Jk F, (Telangana area) ' 
Agricultural Markets -Act, The fcfee* existing vegetable 



K 



Calling attention to matters of 17th Dece?nber, 1962 WO 
urgent public importance 

re: Proposal to nationalise Bus 
Transport in Kurnool District 

markets, viz., (1) Miralam Mandi (2) Sabji Mandi and (3) 
Hissaingun] have been established as markets under the 
said Act. 

(vni) Kerosene: Copies of Govt, of India references 
have been communicated to the District Officers requesting 
them to call tho^ petroleum dealors and impress on them the 
need for maintaining adequate supplies at fair prices. 

District Collectors are watching the trend of prices of 
essential commodities in their respective districts. For the 
present, it is intended to see how far the Trades themselves 
will keep prices at low levels under the lead given by the 
various associations. This system of voluntary price control 
is being watched for the present. She position is proposed, 
to be reviewed in Secretariat at the Secretaxies" Conference 
every Monday hereafter. 

re : Proposal to nationalise Bus Transport in Kurnool 

District, 

o&golT* isSfetfjjoSFOo 1983 £>t&d&5'&oa 2fcr& &o\$o ^6/r j8ej*©S*& 

usSBtfoTP Andhra Pradesh gazette S* 20 — 1 1 — 1962 ifiS jtftfflo 
tftfo aSAofc- *• ©S^ tf^ss &*&cfto $<&tio5*< adequa1e transput 
facilities ^otftfsSs efficient service ^a©& atfjjtfsfo *3 ^«b«(j 

(Interruption by Sri N Sanjeeva Reddy) 

Mh Speaker : Mr. Sarma, please confine yourself 
only to nationalisation of bus service an Kurnool District 
and that too in the notified areas. 

©»cp SsSS&orF AasdSa ^sSbcs-^o* ^*b<jjo tfj&S tor^ tfSaa^cfc. 

&00& «££-# H°sSe&t5 £r>£o*ga> tfe»Wi&i5 Se&S'iS *&>&> tfrsiMdr^*. 
«3#o<v tfr>t> tftfr^cotf* &$*&> !>£$&> work shops So^to $<&£&. ^ 



it7l 17th December, 1962 Calling attention to matters of, 

urgent public Importance 

re : Proposal to nationalise Bus 
Transport in Kurnool District 

Askrfdaf). "a n\ £e sr& tfaSn^ea aertf* d.o'cl&^&oeS bus operators 5* 
%fieroent * ^^ aa^a. s?6§ ■&??& (£«&$£&> gr>&c&o 3&^o&>o 

jcSS&oviiS i3s°tfor>» ssgjptf Sejorp #*&d&o s>K«oft#bo& *a>AJfcG»©Sofi es5> 
l^c&car* Daon* £s kp<& operators $ao& s*$5©S>c5 Sptfcrgo ff»^o3 

O&0cSo£3 sSS&dS* 6otffio. $$o&£o isSscdSpb* sr>£>3$o 3>er> SFfiJsSeftpS'fS 

T fte Minister for Labour and Motor Transport (Sri B. V* 
XZurumurthy) : The Hon'ble Member has&ought to draw the 
attention of the Government to the proposal of the Road 
Transport Corporation to nationalise bus transport services 
in the Kurnool District contrary to the accepted recommenda* 
turn of the Anatharamakrishnan Committee in regard to the 
order of the Districts to be nationalised. 

As the Hon'ble Member may be aware, having regard 
tq certain criteria drawn up by it, the Anantharamakrishnan 
Committee, constituted by the Corporation, recommeneded 
the sequence of extension of Nationalisation to the ramam- 
i%$ Aiidhra districts and suggested that Government should 
take a policy decision in this behalf, to enable the 
Cbrporation to make its plans well in advance and arrange 
to^ovide b\1 the -facilities that are needed for expanding 
iti*ctayiti6& to other districts. The Corporation accepted 
the recommendation. The Government examined this recom- 
mendation of the Auaufcharamakrishuan Committee : they 
are advised that wt$et s the provisions of the Motor Vehic- 
le Aft as interpreted by the Supreme Court, it is the 
otate l^afctfpqfti undertaking, -namely, the Corporation^ 
that^ should form the opinion as regards taking over a 
particular route or routes ^ area keeping in view ingre- 
diants laid dowtr Ttirtko* Statfefer -The following extracts 

from the Mgataft of tteftferftte* €®s^t, ma v be of intamste 
so nofa 



w , c -1 1 



" Thare are two , $m$m- i* &* < dispute. The State; 
transport Undertaking, wh^h^^st%tn|i#v authority under 
he Acv, threatens to infringe tie firtfe of ^mthmr TU 
itizen may object to the flritate'^^^ 



Calling attention to matters of 17th December, 1962 lh2 
urgent public Importance 

re : Proposal to nationalise Bus 
Transport in Kurnool District 

personal grounds. He may oppose the scheme on the ground 
that it is not in the interests of the public or on the ground 
that the xoute which he is exploiting should be excluded 
from the scheme for various reasons, There is, therefore, 
a proposal and an opposition, and the third party the State 
Government, is to decide that lis and prima facie it must 
do so judicially. 

*fc * Afc. ff 

" It is true that the preparation of the scheme is made 
to dspend upon the subjective opinion of the State (Trans- 
port) Undertaking as regards the necessity for such a 
scheme." 



* 



•' It will be seen from the provisions of Ch 1VA of 
the Act that the State Transport Undertaking, before pro- 
pounding a scheme, arrives at the decision on objective 
criteria/' 



# 



It will be appreciated that under the Motor Vehicles 
Act, it is the Corporation that has to apply its mind and 
form the opinion as to the necessity or expediency of t&kmg 
over certain routes or areas ; and, any suggestion or recom- 
mendation of a third party may or may not be acted upon by 
it in so deciding. 

Although the Corporation accepted the recommendation 
of the Anantharamakrishnan Committee in regaid to the 
sequence of Nationalisation in the Andhra Districts, it is 
open to it, having regard to provisions of the Act, to propose 
schemes for nationalisation in any district it considers, in 
the public interest, and its administrative convenience, 
Now that the Corporation already published the schemes 
under Section 68 C of the Act, it will not be appropriate ^ tor 
the Government, who are to consider them in the prescribed 
manner quasi-judicially, to dilate on the question. The 
Odrporation has to justify the proposed schemes at the 
personal hearing by Government in the light of objections 
thai; may he filed with respect thereto, 

g) aff, SoAtfSA ? wtfgS, *• *<&■£« to 3jW|J*" $<$$p®& 
S^s^B&oO #* aS L$&% S&'tfjx #*o>3<5, tibsSb^osfa influence 3c& 

M, L. A. V4 (33) 



W3 inh December, I962 Papers laid on the Table* 

&» ^Ofc **&.* rtfS Stfjws* ^<tt»-i» iS&sfi*. ** **o frtf 

"I would appeal to them not to yield to any type of 
pressure or roflunoe. They are administrative matters and 
there is nothing serious about that 

KPSto& 3$$4S&jS& ste-^ io^off' tftfsSo&e*, &esio&a> SS£) SO^ 

33^ &&&?•, $<&&>8* ^so^od tfp*r&* **& ass^a 3 &»tf3ff* 

Sri 7\ if. J?. Sarww : As a matter of personal expla- 
nation .•„ (Interruption) 

Mr. Speaker : I do not allow any discussion under 
Rule 74, 

Papers laid on the Table 

Annual Beport of the Pragai Tools Corporation 
for the year ended 31-3-1962 together with the Audit Report. 

8hH N. Sanjiva Reddy : Mr, Speaker, Sir, t beg to 
lay on the Table a copy of the Annual Report of the Praga 
Tools corporation Ltd.. for the year ended 31st March, 1962, 
to^ethtei* With the Audit < Report and the comtrietits of the 
(Muptrbller and Auditor-General of India, 

Mr. Speaker : Paper laid on the Table. 

Accounts of the Afidhra Pradesh State Road Transport 
GorporatiW for M Period from 11-1-1958 to 31-3—1958 
ahAM the ye®t 1958-59* 

Shri B.V. Gurumurthy : Mr. Speaker, Sir, I beg to 
lay tin the tfabl'e a copy of the accounts of the Andhra, 
Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation for ttfe period 
from U-l-1958 to 3ir~3-l&8 and for the year 10'*8-»9 as 
ccertifiedb'y the 4 Accountant General,' Andhra Pradesh" to- 
gether with the Audit Reports ther^oL 

Mr. Speaker: Pa£er laid otf the tab'Je, 

Accounts of th$ Andhra Pradesh Roa4 Transport' 
Corporation for the years lg$gh6o and 1^61 



Business of the House ; nth December, i$$2 Mf$ 

Sri B. V. Gurumurthy : Mr. Speaker, $ir, I beg to 
lg,y o the Table a copy of th$ accounts of the &®ihu 
Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation for the y,e$rs 
1959-60 and 1960-61 as certified by the Accountant-General, 
Andhra Pradesh together with the Audit Reports ^hereon 
as required under sub-section (4) of Section 33 of th$ floftd 
Transport Corporation Act, 1960, 

Mr* Speaker : Paper laid on the Table. 

Business of the House 

Mr. Speaker. Evidently, I think Mr. Sharma was 
objecting to a remark made by the hon. Chief Minister 
requesting Members not to yield to any pressure or influence. 
(Interruption) 

Sri 7\ K R. Sharnia ; It casts certain aspersions 
against the Members. (Interruption) 

Mr* Speaker : Let me explain the position; not that 
I hpld a brief fox him. What I understood fTopa the state- 
ment of the Chief Minister is this : A number of members 
have come and made representations to me. Well, bfeourse, 
whether I can hear the representation or whether I o&n do 
anything in the matter is g, di*J#r$ak matter. $hfy p^4a 
and make representations-people who are }cnown to ijs^jid 
explain their difficulties. But still Members^ shdultf wi 
yjeJd either to the pressure influence or anything $f that 
kind. Please do not think^Interruption) 

Sri N Sanjiva Reddy : 1 may myself s&ti§Iy &«&. 
I did not mean that. They |#ill briwg prespare on U|, People 
cpaje and meet pi$, people meet the Speaker. (|ntefrppt|pn) 

I am only appealing to the hon. * Members not to 
yMd to a&y pressure. They may bring pressure '(Interru- 
ption) 

Mr. Speaker: It is only requesting the hon. 
Members not to yield to any pressure ot influence or any other 
tKin^**.*Do not toy to read that which is not warranted, 

Sri j¥. Sannva Reddy : I exactly meant this much, 
Sit., H thfey lire feeli^r; something, it is theft tnistake and f 






1175 17th December, I962 Business of the House : 

efibttSj* 6otoo&. 3*& &•!»>» i*M<$o &* BVjg&^g* o*|£o&£& 
&&«>&■* otftoosSo &* cStfgb sJ^affiS eo&crcftp £a>ftff*o&« "&>&> ?*£;$ 

«3£ 3dbsSdo&. watch SdBb^tf). s-0 *&**>&* £ao*$o &b& 
srcS^&j-tfs&oa atftftoo sSo, S5^63, "31^83 a»«tfo7T ge^oa £otf 
^1>Sn* AotoiS^tftStooff 1 So"3xJ*o &&. 

«5/\o£>. 

I want to bring to your notice that last night the 
Police disturbed us from 3 a. m. to 5 a, in. I do not know 
why they distrubed us in the night. 

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i B6d6C6. [3"Sg3o& <piD 3 rto&0&o£ 5 tfotoe> &tfg "3o&&*& S&*&&*& 

tfo^ 3s5&o sPcSgon 8 &otf& Defence of India Rules ^otf arrest 
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CO " 

<3S*v)ortsS>&, £p& Protection oas^&a £& ty^o* r^SSs?^. 

Mr* Speaker : To-day is the last day of the sitting 
and Members will be dispersing from to-day. There is not 
much that I can do now* 

Sri N. Sanjiva Reddy ; Mr. Speaker, Sir, I may also 
help them. After all, if they are disturbed m the night ard 
all that, certainly we would try to avoid that. It is not 
our intention to disturb anybody* If it is necessary, we can 
arrest and it is not our intention to disturb them every day. 
If the question of arresting them arises, naturally we can 
arrest them either at 1 a, m. or even at 3 a. m. If the Police 
are going in the streets or going m the quarters, nobody 
should take objection to that, (Interruption) 

Since it is the last day of the session, I will certainly 
help them by seeing that Mich disturbance is not caused to, 
them, 

(!) 3- a"*s*5*o»$ : Not every day. Misunderstanding 

&otf&*tf:£. u*\& S& a &p& tfotoo &&&# 'So&fr'SS tffi^ $%>&> e#$ 
£#or? &3&&068 tfr&. • ** 



Announcement: 17 th Decembet , Ig62 1176 

re : Contributions made by hon. 
Members to the iV. D. F. 

A £<§■. £oi$~d& : Information s'sroS £b «9<3Asj>'3'3i». %$ 

btfto a*/&& 3s5s5tfD, sSK^Ss^rto wrf^sfiO 3£*&. 

Message from the Council 

re • The Andhra Pradesh Land Revenue (Additional 
Assessment) and Cess Revision (Amendment) Bill 1962 

Mr. Speaker 1 I have an announcement to make. I 
have received a message from Sn Madapati Hanumantha 
Rao, Chairman of the Legislative Council : "In accordance 
with rule 171 of the Rules of Procedure and conduct of 
Business m the Andhra Pradesh Legislative Council, I 
return herewith, a copy of the Andhra Pradesh Land Reve- 
nue Additional, Assessment and Cess Revision (Amendment) 
Bill, 1962, (L, A. Bill 19 of 72) aud transmitted to the 
Legislative Council , for its recommendation, duly signed 
by me, and stating that this House has no recommendation 
to make to the Legislative Assembly, in regard to the said 

BilU 

Announcement 

re : Contributions made by hon. Members to the N. D* F. 

Mr. Speaker : The Hon. Members have been pleased 
to contribute money, many of them their entire salaries and 
some a portion of their salaries till the emergency lasts, 
towards the Defence Fund, I do not propose to read the entire 
list, but I am having it placed on the Table of the House 
not only for the information of the hon. Members he re but 
for the information of the general public as well as the press. 

(SjSSbd A. ^Sfcep'Ss : $3&p j ga3>*»fi 'BoobS^ «otf#r &I00& 3o 
(& a£\ $oi$'d& : $ofcpg&$)*»ft5P& aS"^ ^&tffc> &>ACtf 3*8o 
(j)& • d. tfAer"SS : &>& |^^o^)cS 0^»ff* a^Sbj £o§"& qO^cS 

Mr. Speaker : I will have the entire list placed on 
the Table of the House. 



1177 nth December, I962 Government Bill > 

The Andhra Pradesh 

Agricultural University 

Bill 1962 

Sta N. Sanjiva Reddy : About the Congress Members, 
tfoe list can be placed on the Table of the House. The 
names need not be announced. 

(♦> d. ©tf^ •* wtfgS, ejsSjfl ^feaS" \$&tfo (£&s?& &tf 3&5" 

Mf. Speaker : I will get it done, (Interruption.) 

Afr. Speaker : Now, let us go to the next item. I 
call upQn the hon. Minister for Agriculture to move th e 
Bill. (Interruption.) 

A sr^er-o fi*s^e^&d6g : «*tfg£, &So o*c?s3) 10 5*ap©S& &>o£ 

Mr. Speaker : We shall certainly see about it in 
thp $ext pessioijL. 

Government Bills. 

The 4 n 4kra Pradesh Agricultural University B%U 9 1962 

Sri A. Balarami Rqddy : I beg to move, 

"That the Andhra Pradesh Agricultural University 
Bill, 1964 be read a first time." 

Mr. Speaker : Motion moved. 

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Government Bill: tfth Decenlber, i$62 £$8 

The Andhra Pradesh 

Agricultural University 

Bill, 1962 

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117Q 17th December, lg62 Government BilU 

The Andhra Pradesh 

Agncultaral University 

Bill, 102 

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Government Bill i I7th December, lo6? Jl80 

The Andhra Pradesh 
Agricultural University 
Bill, 1962 

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U81 Pth THembit* 1962 Government Bill: 

The Andhra Pradesh 
Agricultural UniversHy 
Bill, I962 
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Government Bill : l7t h December, 1962 1182 

The Andkra Pradesh 
Agricultural University 

Bill, 1962 

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The Andhra Pradesh 

Agricultural University 

Bill, I962 

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The Andhra Pradesh 
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Bill, 1962 

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The Andhra Pradesh 

Agricultural University 

Bill, 1962 

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Government Bill : j? th December, 1962 1 1€& 

The Andhra Pradesh 
Agricultural University 
Bill, 1962 

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"Picture the kind of village life which should be aimed 
at. It must be economically prosperous. Its life must not 
be wasted m primitive habits of production. Full advantage 
fthould be taken of modern technical developments. Small 
scale farming by efficient methods will require only a small 
■part of human labour needed at present, and prodution may 
be greatly increased Much of th/ village population will be 
available for work other than agriculture. Each village, and 
especially each group of villages, will have a wide range -of 
economic activity. A large part of th© industry of the ceaofcry 
should be located in villages and small towns* Every,vill4 
should have a good year-round transportation, and should 
supplied with electric power. Each one shotild have tf^tgfed 
water supply under pressure, a sewer system andatejefko&e 
system." 

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1187 £7th December, 1962 Government Bilk 

The Andhra Pradesh 
Agricultural University 
Bill, 1962 



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The Andhra Pradesh 
Agricultural University 
Bill, 1962 

cptftfo sro SoST&o, wont definitions &* agriculture *&•&,} •& 
&#or? 3^c6p Agriculture includes the basic and applied 
sciences dealing with soil and water management etc., wsp^efi. 
eoa^i fishery sSs^sk a^afco^ Si&ascs 3 ttC^addSwas d&passajd 

k&£ fishery S 1> 6^ S o» o c 0, Management a&c&Qtf 5 &>& 
Officers of the University 6* Chancellor, Vice Chancellor 
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As in other Universities, the Minister for Agriculture can he 
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U89 17th December, 1962 Government tilth 

The Andhra Pradesh 
Agricultural University 
Bill, I962 

m 5f ^r for % #r % f5 wim ift *5*ir 1 *Rfl*r » *r" 

^^ % 3^ 5|^ ^| I WR *. 3 If $fl TOT I fo '• The 
University is open to all persons ^m » 3 ^ ^ Ifll: 

The objeotB of the University, among others, shall 
be to make provision for the education mainly of the rural 
people of Andhra Pradesh in different branches of study, 
particularly, agriculture and other allied subjects, and to 
further the prosecution of research and undertaking of field 

and extension programmes ^ ^1 sfffif tit *&& % ^ Wf tit 
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wn 1 ^o ^. Jfr si «id^i^f tot 1; % 

The University shall, subject to the provisions of this 
Act and the Statutes, be open to all persons. 

^ ^ IB JR5R sic^PI m \ : 

The University shall have the following powers, 
namely, 

x x X X x 

(e) to confer honorary degrees or other distinctions 
in the manner and under conditions laid down in the Statutes; 







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The Andhra Prades h 
Agricultural University 
Bill, 1962 

WRft Wi 1$f I I $1$ XR t ffl oonfering of degrees ^ 
fel% %t f?t m © #tf?T ^1 3$ 3t 3^ ^TT I 




Other members (i) One person interested in agricul- 
tural education and development to be nominated by the 
Government. 

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llgl I7th December, 1962 Government BilU 

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Agricultural University 
Bill, 1962 

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The Andhra Pradesh 

Agricultural University 

Bill, 1962 



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Mil, 1962 

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sSS^ifc s£#& S#*d&<> s$&o£> <s£> 3£r^&. »2>as»&oa r'atf tfsftsio 

&cf& srr^ Sp'Sotf rt>&& $$&*o&. a?tfo a^dioa s*d$3 rteeo r&r?-* 

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c<1 3?he tfaiuing of farmers* sons who will go back to 
"**afc atidi work dn them more etfeotively* *$&& 



IlgS 17th December, 1962 Government BilU 

The Andhra Pradesh 

Agricultural University 

Bill, 1962 

training of a variety of persons for the important task of 
carrying tha results of modern agricultural research to the 
peasants who will be engagej in the work of agricultural 
^^lilion, extension and administration in different capa- 
4$C$9& and may be employed by the State or private 
Urgencies. By the training of persons for the impor- 
tant task of carrying the research development and funda 
mentals relating to the problems of agriculture and animal 
husbandry this education should equip tho farmers* sons to 
produce farm commodities efficiently, market farm product 
and conserve soil and other natural resources and manage 
the farm business effectively and participate m tho rural 
activities." 

Agricultural University cannot be a Rural University; 
Rural University cannot be an Agricultural University 
$& ljScr«S"&$i»tfo£ &fc?$g. Rural Universities & i&*tfoftoaiSs^3& 

"So&to^tfto, Peoples Colleges »& sp'&jff 8 3sriao ^.ar« $&$or? && 

3*3^6. &&&* i&rSorr farmers ®o& ao& spate sSAfcotftfo &&rb 

sooS. 'sraa fetgofr j5rfsScp»§ Rural Universities & *&«&o»tftfo 

adAoa. opos^tfo z& £&& "Srco. iti^ebyvb report basis r? &&> 

£*& Rural University «3 3s$y#» &$& American Grants 

Colleges &>^ wtfs&asftfu sp& ^b^ American Grants Colleges 

&& A &j$gb&r^ c^ep "der dS^a. American Grant Colleges &4 

tto^asSyfi* colonization ttftAsSsSy*). srtfjtt extension sTRcp 

^srff*. eaStfc??^ <3#p&>a> «S^ $&£•&£& aj^rfio. ^6S55'^b r*otf6 

tfao^ <j»o%o&. Extension a*,}* »3Stftf*Soo6. ao&tfo*fc aria**, 
concentration ^agricultural development &"&S s*&* fa, 
dijstriai labtmr*^* **v* Amwimn mlonizition *fy&$y*t **}*& 

$$d&r «* colleges & ^o^ »ftiWora§*M6Rr^* r8» tori&tf tf^rtWj 
r^a a&**,*cfisrtf o*&tfop"8|?rd Sto&tvdL && clear ,pr ( 3£r^<£, 
$gs» s*A*^a Agricultural , # . University , ,r ab. Agriculture 
University cannot be a Rural tJmveraity " **fc ^a&i R u ta 






ii. 



Government Bill : ifth December, ifyfi li§6 

The Andhra Pradesh 
Agricultural University 
Bill, 102 

University s^aretf^ytfb $$o<&£* &*Sc£ &&>&c*3*©£) 3£p^& «ej»"i ^$S 
Indo~Amencan JJeonomic Committee s*& &«f d^So o&t> orDfotf 

Wtf«SA0BPfio* a*o£* £5c3»g&tfck ffc&oO £F63&#>Sq£ 3s&ya&» &tf ;SM3&^,j&>* 

"The ctafcif purpose of the present examinations is not orga- 
nically related 1o the <aoto«! process of education. They are 
means to the g iving of a hall-mark of competence wrth 
employers, public and private, may be recognised &s more or 
Jess reliable indication of the position of certain intellectual 
and perhaps moral qualities for certain typea of knowledge 
The University Degree is a kind of passport 'fer jobs" 
sr& e*£&*& tf£r? 3d»;ytf. «tf$y& sfcS&o create AdBbfl^&aS^a. &£ 

passport & $ti$p& ^"&&>&o#o$3 &£ #&>$5S) #<3fr»&3&otf*>. 

"With great economic pressure due to the prevailing 

Eoverty m thecountiy, the insistence of the University 
>egr*»e as a minimum requirement even for the posts of ijai nor 
officials and clerks has put a premium on the number of evils 
which ha^e eonae to be associated with the esadimation 
system. It has subjected teaching to the examination, made 
it &km$k impossible to provide free education to develop 
wMer 4m$ertesfcs and has created temptation to cheating, 
corruption and favouritism, The obsession to gesture as ft 
were a ticket of lottery for job securing, over-shadowed Ihe 
education purpose which a good examination <jan serve/" 

eOtfon 8 &"&* educational system &* ao^waotfoa ff*sSs& ftaoo ' 

3&»^e&. c3°K>3 Rural University G* A«S^«»c5od3 ^sSoapaSo^tfad^&a 

•ge "Sofia integrate ^c&cf&S &cSo isSd&tf^o S-iscB^sSp ^o"& *§c&#o 

&&. qozf£ *&& iroSdB^S& 3sSy*&» &S& rural development «**&& 

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feoa* highest '4atier ^**^&^&^*S»- *'Stf B, Es, &* M. Oom & 
SL Technical *&* $<$£*& ^^*£ot&, (Sotf Poly-Techmcs ^ 
^^/day*$e-d&y wa&ktng staff ^> &d&"*& *5d&tfo $&. (§o&«rc£ 
^^B'i*^, ^e?^& #o» £"&&&$&« o»»sfo industries^* 
$#felo$*mefcfc ^g^ *«d &e&>ofi. Agriculture ^* && atfcfttf^ 
sfenk, B. A*, &> B/ Corns &> Doctorates & tf^cfc^Sa^*. cro^r* 

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1 197 17 th Dtember* l%2 Gown nient Bilk 

The Andnra Pradesh 
Agricultural University 
Bill, 1962 

|Sotf s^fesS^fiS 31)sr& $&- &&* Government research etfj-tf 

frfrro* B&fetttf^ft. Extension s 1 **^ e&ro«aiar aL tf». s»S 

£»5& #A&&> research **"£*&&. *atftf& &£&*& ®&r?&>* no&$tf& 

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**$ 3a$rot>. ^«6^§r*oa t>a Extension Officers & aotfda 

tfoas^sb. £s Extension Officers a»$fc. tour &*[#&> 

extensive tf fcotatf^arrti, ^6 work &*(£&> intensive ir3a P 

extensive rr 3&. c?&§ sptfeao present peasants £oS|T& to^ff* 

*<*&•& 3$5Sfy cb. ^o&sS© Rural Industries, Rural Universities & 
&tfr*e6 Sd&sfcS^sSyab, c?aS &g j&jriS &&3g ftc^floa. Rural Uni- 
versities S iss^or? £&>s?;fs>& w£*aoa«$sSy& f general characters 
of the Rural University &aoO & £#on* B^aftoft. 

«, > VAs a general type of arrangement, it is suggested 
that $ iiux&l University should include a ring of small resi- 
dent under-graduate colleges with specialised and univer* 
vastly facilities in the Centre. The suggested number of 
students under each of the under-graduate resident colleges 
is about 300 and that of the maximum over all enrolment 
of colleges and university combined is about 2500." 

*& e*£ a#or? £oa-©& 3d^#, s*s* ^fibs-tf, Sanatorium #* 
tottotoSoa w&g 4 peoples colleges ^ "2>^&* **& &$*&£»* 
«>& Aoi6s«tfko i&, eg^ adult population **otf«3D educate 
£<&&&$ s-tf«as«»tfo*J fMihtiM *©o* **}* develop 3!>tf #S«6 
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«oo* « Indo-Amerwis $coi$i»ic Committer v& $P&$m 
*$*gr?o$*$Q passport & $<$&& ^*$&>&o^0tf University » *$!*•& 

3^4 4o» «o-*> a>s> :****• ,Wv«iHy Grants Commissi*!* 



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Government Bill : frth December, 1962 119S 

The Andhra Pradesh 
Agricultural University 
Bill, 1962 

"The Board regrets that it is unable to appreciate* 
any of the arguments given for the information of the uni* 
versities. It also regrets that it should be presumed tliafr 
universities at present are not in a position to discharge their 
responsibilities. As the Board already pointed out the 
remedy in the case of any erring university should be by a 
difficult method of approach. In the opinion of the Board* 
the creation of a separate University for professional dis- 
cipline should spell disaster for the whole idea of univer- 
sity education," 

eso&sJo a^j-tfj- section & &§*£-$$-& #<&*tf<&g sStfa tf&o&, 
Combined life 3fi>. s*0 combined life 3tfD e&Pofcp&r* »& 
SSpcp s>&. Education side &oa, Post Graduates & fe&ra 

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rs^&. 3&5&&5 &<£g superiority complex, inferiority 



1199 17th Dmember, ig62 Government Bill 

The And hra Pradesh 
Agricultural University 
Bill, l&z ty 

»». •o-fi snrj* ^«s ^ oa . ^ aooount ^ 

r» eotfe .Nto ja*^, ^ infe , ' 

SdS>tfo «s4s&oar?a n*a^ Q ^< *., create 

, A , , J " S economy KbS agriculture ntt 

develop s«»tfo .***. ^a, *^ fc> to* « s v * *._ 

Research Section. »«■%£.*. * Reseat Sections ft 

V 8 * ra °«>» points *b$i, -So^a, adminiflfr a n„ 

points ^aotfas. ^A nn ' a<lmin ls trat)ve 

Sbs*^-^ ran .. Q , . swifwaaa^a. ^emergency 

^ L *^ J™*7 ^ **' Agricultural College 



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The Andhra Pradesh 
Agriculture University 
Bill, 1962 

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*&^d&fc> *5>£s$?$^s£>£> 3s»s6«apj&. &o\®T?t&$p£ &&& JfcdoS &o#j 

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Iwl 17th December, I962 Government Bill; 

The Andhra Pradesh 
Agricultural University 
Bill, I962 

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Government Bill i nth December, W62 1202 

The Andhra Pradesh 
Agricultural University 
Bill, I962 

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The Andhra Pradesh 

Agricultural University 

Bill, 1962 

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Government Bill : hth December, 1962 1204 

The Andhra Pradesh 
Agricultural University 
Bill, I962 

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120$ hth December, l%2 Government Bill ; 

\- K «. >n t <«t,w*^'v ^^ The And hra Pradesh 

Agricultural Umverstty 
> Bill, I962 




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Government Bill ; 17th December, 1962 1206 

The Andhra Pradesh 
Agricultural University 
Bill, 1962. 

* 

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Mr, Deputy Speaker ■ The question is : 

"That the Andhra Pradesh Agricultural University 
BilK 1962, be read a first time." 

The motion was adopted. ; 

Shre A* Balarami Reddy : Mr. Deputy Speaker, Sir, 
I beg to move : 

'•That the Andhra Pradesh Agricultural University 
Bill* 1962 oe referred to a Joint Select Committee consisting 
of 32 Members, 24 Members from this Assembly, namely : 

1. Sbri A. Balarami Reddy, Minister for Agriculture. 

2. Br. M, Chenna Reddy, Minister for Planning and 
Panchayati Raj. 

3. Shri P, V. Narasimha Rao* Minister for Law, 
^ 4. Shri 1L Puunayya, 

5. Shri Pot hula V eerabhadra Rao. 

6. Shri Ohapalam&dugu Ramayya Chowdary. 

7. Shn N. Venkata Rao. 

8. Shri Siddayya Naidu, 



1207 17th December, 1926 Government Bills: 

The Andhra Pradesh 

Agricultural University 

Bill, I962 

9, Shri E. Ayyapu Reddy. 

10. Shri V. Venkata Reddy, 

11. Sriraathi Sumitra Devi, 

12. Shri K. Santhiah. 

J 3. Shri K, Rauga Dass. l 

14. Shri Bhiina Rao. 

15, Shri Visweswara Rao. 

16. Shri D, Sitharamayya. 

17, Shri J. L, N, Chowdary. 
18* Shri K, Buchayya. 

19. Shri N. Mohana Rao. 

20, Shn Mallu Subba Reddy, 

21, Shti P. Narayana Reddy, 

22. Shn D. Gopala Raju. 

23, Shri E, Balarami Reddy, 

24. Shn K, V Narayana Reddy, 

and 8 Members from the Legislative Council; that this 
Assembly recommends to the Council that Council do join 
the said Joint Select Committee and communicate to the 
Assembly the names of Members to be appoint^ by the 
Council/to %% &aid Joiat Select Committee, 

Mr. Deputy Speaker : Motion moved, 

, , { Pause ) 

Mr Deputy Speaker : The question is : 

"That the Andhra Pradesh Agricultural University 
Bill, 1962 be referred totft Jo^t$e|<Ksfc Committee, consisting 
of 32 Members; 24 Members front $fu# Assembly, namely : 



I. Shri A, Jkhtptoijfrtffaj&riitiu fox Agriculture 



2. Shn M. Chenna K«My f ^Hiiigifer for Planning 
and Panc)*ay£ti &aj. 

3. Shri P. V, N»rasi«afe& Rao,, Minister for £»aw. 

4. Shri K. Piranayya. ' ' ' l , , 



Government Bill: Inh December, 1962 I208 

The Andhra Pradesh State 
Co-operative Bank (Formation) 
Bill, 1962. 



5. 


Shri Potula Veerabhadra Rao. 




6. 


Shri Chapalamadugu Ramayya 


Chowdary. 


7. 


Shri N. Venkata Rao. 




8. 


Shri Siddayya Naidu. 




9. 


Shri E. Ayyapu Reddy. 




JO. 


Shn V, Venkata Reddy. 




11. 


Snmathi Sumitra Devi. 




VL 


Shri K, Santhiah. 




13. 


Shn K, Ranga Pass, 


» 


U. 


Shri Bhima Rao* 




15. 


Shri Visweswara Rao. 




16. 


Shri D. Sitharamayya. 




17. 


Shn J. L. N. Chowdary. 




18. 


Shri K. Buchayya. 




19, 


Shri N. Mohana Rao. 




20, 


Shn Mallu Subba Reddy, 




21, 


Shn P. Narayana Reddy. 




22. 


Shri D. Gopala Raju. 




23. 


Shn E. Balarami Reddy. 




24, 


Shn K. V. Narayana Reddy, 





and 8 Members from the Legislative Council; that this 
Assembly recommends to the Council that Council do join the 
said Joint Select Committee and communicate to the Assem- 
bly the names of members to be appointed by the Council to 
the said Joint Select Committee. 

The Motion was adopted. 

The Andhra Pradesh State Co-operative Bank (Formation) 

Bill, 1962 

Sri K> Brahmannada Reddy : Sir, I beg to move. 
"That the Andhra Pradesh State Cooperative Bank 
^Formation) Bill, 1962, be read a first time". 



*£9o r lfth DedeMer 9 "l962 Government Bill: 

The Andhra Pradesh State 
Co-operative Bank (Formation) 
Bill, 1962. 

Mr. Deputy Speaker : Motion moved. 

Sru&'jMrahmananda Reddy : I have pleasure in 
introducing a Bill to provide for the amalgamation of the 
Andhra State Cooperative Bank Limited, Vijayawada and 
the Hyderabad Cooperative Apex Band Limited, Hyderabad, 
in Andhra Pradesh for the formation of *< Andhra Piadesh 
State Cooperative Bank" The circumstance that have neces- 
sitated ihe introduction of this Bill, at the outset, need 
special mention. 

On the eve of the reorganisation of States, the Hydera- 
bad State Cooperative Bank was reconstituted as the Hy- 
derabad Cooperative Apex Bank Limited, after excluding 
from its area of operation ^se>,teCTLtories that were trans- 
ferred to other States. Thus with efiect ffpm |3L — H| — J956, 
two Apex Cooperative Bank have been unciionmg m Andhra 
Pradesh, the Andhra State Cooprative Hank Ltd., Vijaya- 
wada serving the eleven districits of old Andhra State 
and the Hyderabad Cooperative Apex Bank Limited, Hyde- 
rabad, serving the 9 Telangana districts of the newly formed 
Andhra Pradesh State. 

An informal conference to consider ^ problems arising 
out of the reorganisation of 'St&tes was convened by the 
Reserve Bank of India in May, 1956, which was attended 
by official and non^ffi^iaL Cooperates frojp gallons States 
including the erstwhile States of Andhra and Hyderabad and 
^rej^rpten^a^y^ of $>)m Government of India. On© of the 
S^sJ^ojn^p^l^^ .^&s $ke amalgamation of Cooperative 



State Cooperative Bank should serve more than one $iate. 
This was considered, the essential b^sip of the po operative 
Credit Structure in view among others* of the close associa- 
tion of the State with the credit programme under the 
Se{ ^4}^^oTw}fil#«^ $»3&yfei$*&te put fenertfei^ hmlaten 
a major factor, Since *b|^p^^on of the Andhra Ptadesh 
State this question has been engaging the atten^on*pf the 
Gmmnmbn^xii i^mamWrnm witii iM Begktfar,and th<* 
iiil«tve,Ba»kv:^^^defe(II^Sb feit|aimate the two Ape: 
Banks to form oo»<ftf fifa Q§^ge£#|^ B&ttfc for the m%F 



* 

Government Bill : Ink December, }g62 I2I0 

The Anahra Pradesh State 
Cooperative Batify (Formation) 

Bill,t§62 

State, The representatives of the two Banks ^^^<ps\^m^ t 
the Whole matter and decided on board principle of amaj$g^/ 
mation, through a special Legislation, particularly because* 
the Reserve Bank was keen on such amalgamation to ' form 
one State Co-operative Bank. " * ^ •* 

A Bill for the purpose of amalgamation of s , tl\e |v^^ 
banks was published as early as on 0^-2 -l^ty, pub ^\e / %o h 
various r^sons, $ir, it cow W not j)% token un, . / ' 

In the tfwtiwkUe* a Bill to consolidate £nd atnetfd i\M H 
law relatingto %^tof iratif e Societies m the State of Andhra 
Prl4efl was p^bikrafon W^f—W? and a« the said BriL 
also provided for jjftf^amfiiQn of jfcwoorrpore Comparative . • 
S d^ttlteg ^ » Pi Procedure, it was , fejt ^ ,thHJW 
wW^BP^wfiave a separate enactment, for thfi ^malgfypgfe^ 
tiot" of the two Banks, But, m ?iew v of^iji^ b^| p*%$ 
importance of the integrated Co-operative Societies Bill, 
the Joint Select Committee is stilt sensed oit^JWJ^T^ere- 
after it has to be referred to the Ai^rg ^r^esh ^Kajyo^ 
nal Committee for its consideration and' af^erwaids^to toe 
Legislature for its consideration clause by ctdnmf" *^$$$ r 
have also to be framed to bring the " enact njeotritt to |£*e&t* 
All these may take considerable time. 

Meanwhile, it is found that the quantum of credit to 
agriculturists in'the Telangana Region has ntit inefSise^T 
appreciably, on account of denial of afa&re Capital $o^itefc<: 
tion*to the Hyderabad Cooperative Apj&x Bank pid thatjh^ 
provision of even the limited credit otf Government gqwijee 
is itefr'aifcqtiate: '' /l ' w "*" 

Mr* Speaker in the Chair 

Further, credit to agriculturists m Telangana area is 
bfcfeig provided only on mortgage security for produ&tio&j 
while m Andhra area loan* on the basis of ^persoR?J^sur§fex^ 
arfebUng issued. At the presert time of National Emer^ 
ge^ falling for an all out effort tow'arfs lncfreaseiSi agricul- 
ture production, it is desirable th%t one strong AP«g? -Coope- 
r^tive Credit Institution is esfabtbhed as l e^eaitiousW as ? 
f^fotMe, sd that increase<Fcre<f^m?^ be*otftaitt«f' TftnFfHe 
Bd»i»WBank'and madravaiiable t<J the l agriblatturisfe fdiS 
production on personal surety even in Telangana ^area, ,f.B4 



tell * 7th December, I962 Government Bill : 

The Andhra Pradesh State 
Co-operative Bank (Formation) 
Bill, I962 

thereby bring about a uniform credit policy for the entire 
State* 

In these circumstances, I am introducing this Bill for 
consideration of the House and for reference to the Regio- 
nal Committee with a request to push it through expediti- 
ously, particularly because the representatives of both the 
Apex Banks have already considered the provisions of the 
present Bill and are anxious to effect the amalgamation as 
early as possible. 

The motion at present I wis 1 * to move is for 
reference to the Regional Committee. It will be considered 
by the Regional Committee and afterwards it will come 
back to the Legislature and then there will be time for us to 
consider it more deeply and clause by clause* Therefore* 
Sir, I beg to introduce, this Bill, for the first reading. 

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Government Motion l7th December, 1<$2 I212 

re : Raising the borrowing Capacity 
of the Andhra Pradesh State 
Electricity Board 

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Vw* r- P f €fc 

Afn Speaker : The question is : 

" TI*&ii$fe^AJ&dhi:a Pradesh State Cooperative Bank 

(Von&atiota) BtU,*tfHB& be read a first time. >• 

** * 

The motion w&s adopted. 

• Brdfrmdnanda Reddy : Mr. Speaker, Sir, I beg 




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That the Andhra Pradesh State Co-operative 
Bank (Formation) Bill, 1962 be referred to the Andhra Pradesh 
Regional Committee for consideration and >mfoH to the 
Assembly : 

Mr. Speaker : Motion moved, 

(Pause) 

Mr. Speaker : The question is : 

" That the Andhra Pradesh State Cooperative Bank 
(Formation) Bill, 1962, be referred to the Andhra Pradesh 
Regional Committee for consideration and report to the 
Assembly/' 

The motion was adopted. 

Government Motion 

re :— Raising the Borrowing Capacity of the Andhra 
Pradesh State Electrcity Board. 

Th$ Minister for Irrigation and Power {Sri A* C. 
Subba Reddy) 

Sir, I beg to move : 

v '* Whereas the Andhia Pradesh State Electricity Board 

eB&stitUted under Section 5 of the Electricity (Supply) 
Act, 1948 (Central Act 54 of 1948) is empowered under 
Section 65 of the Act, to borrow any sum required for the 

M. L. A. *-7 (38) 



12 B l7Jh December, 1962 Government Motion 

re : Raising the borrowing Capacity 
of the Andhra Pradesh 
State Electricity Board 

pnfp0ses of the Act, subject to a maximum of ten crows of 
pjpaes, unless the State Government, with the approval of 
th# State Legislative Assembly, fixes a higher maximum 
amount ; 

And Whereas the State Government have considered it 
necessary that the borrowing limit of ten crores of rupees 
should be raised to twenty crores of rupees ; 

And Whereas it appears to this Assembly fco be desi- 
rable that the State Government should fix a higher maxi- 
mum amount of twenty erores of rupees ; 

Now therefore, in pursuance of sub-section (3) of 
Section ^5 of tlte Act/; this assembly hereby approves thajfc 
the State Government shall fix twenty crores of rupees as the 
maximum amount which the Andhra Pradefeh State Electri* 
city Board may at any time have on loan under stib-see*idn 
(1) of , that Section. 

Mr. Speaker : Motion moved* 

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Government Motion Irth December, l&$2 J2i4 

re : Raising the borrowing Capacity 
of the Andkra Pradesh State 

Electrictty Board 

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1215 nth December, 1962 Government Motion : 

re : Raising the borrowing Capacity 
of the Andhra Pradesh 
State Electricity Board 

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Government Motion 17th December, 1962 12 16 

re : Raising the borrowing Capacity 
oj the Andhra Pradesh 
State Electricity Board 

sSg^oo'oS* "33*&>8*e»r*c§ srtfotfdS Zvtyhi sj-f>3 ttio g^tfgo 3otf 

Mr. Speaker : The question is : 

Whereas the Andhra Pradesh State Electricity Board 
constituted under Section 5 of the Electricity (Supply) Act, 
1948 (Central Act 54 ot 1948;, is empowered under Section 
65 of the Act, to borrow any sum required for the purposes 
of the Act, subject to a maximum of ten crores of rupees, 
unless the State Government, with the approval of the State 
Legislative Assembly, fixes a higher maximum amount ; 

And whereas the State Government have considered 
it necessary that the borrowing limit of ten crores of rupees 
should be raised to twenty crores of rupees ; 

And whereas it appears to this Assembly to be desira- 
ble that the State Government should fix a higher maximum 
amount of twenty crores of ruppes ; 

Now therefore, in pursuance of sub-section (3) of 
Section 63 of the Act, this Assembly hereby approves that 
the State Government shall fix twenty crores of rupees as 
the maximum amount which the Andhra Pradesh State 
JElectricity Board may at any time have on loan under sub* 
section (1) of that Section, " 

The motion was adopted. 

Mr Speaker : hon. Members, before we part, I feel 
I will be failing in my duty if I do not express to you my 
thanks to all of you for having co-operated with me in con- 
ducting the proceedings of this House in an orderly manner. 
As you all know this is not a period of rest for any one of 
ua* % wouidNply appeal to all of you to work hard when 
y$u go back to your constituencies, for the defence of the 
oountry during this hour of trial and I wish you all success 
in your eflorts. 

^ I now adjourn the House Sine die. 
1-25 P, M. The House then adjourned Sine die. 



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